Bahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team | Ramunas Navardauskas and Heinrich Haussler from BAHRAIN MERIDA team report soon to be back on the bikes
12269
post-template-default,single,single-post,postid-12269,single-format-standard,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.0.1,vc_responsive
 

Blog

Ramunas Navardauskas and Heinrich Haussler from BAHRAIN MERIDA team report soon to be back on the bikes

  |   Press

Bergamo, 24th June – Heinrich Haussler and Ramunas Navardauskas, riders from BAHRAIN MERIDA are recovering after the medical problems. Ramunas who suffers from cardiac arrhythmia we expect that he will join the training again after apx. one month and Heinrich Haussler started to train today after the recent Arthroscopy of the left knee.

Dr Carlo Guardascione, Medical Staff of team Bahrain Merida said about Haussler medical situation: “Ten days ago, in Orthopedic Klinik of Basel, a second arthroscopic treatment was necessary for reduce an important hypertrophic Hoffa’s fat body that created impingement inside the left knee. Surgery treatment was excellent and the first check done yesterday shows a dry knee and a good performance about movements and stability.”

Heinrich Haussler after the recent surgery feels good and he reports: ”All is going very good after the Arthroscopy, no pain, not much swelling and I feel good. I went for my first ride today and it went very well. Now I will just follow the normal rehab protocol, build up my left leg up again and as soon as I can get back to normal training again I will be back with my teammates out on the road and the races.”

Dr Carlo Guardascione, Medical Staff of team Bahrain Merida announced after receiving medical results for Ramunas Navardauskas: ”As a result of extensive cardiac examinations of level 2 carried out at the National Olympic Center in Lithuania, the presence of a cardiac arrhythmia requires a period of rest and de-training of at least one month, after that a further cardiological check-up will definitively clarify the evolution of the cardiac anomaly found.”

“I feel OK. And I miss racing very much. So far I am resting at home in Lithuania and waiting for what doctors will tell me to do. I hope it is just overtired after last two seasons and that I will be back on the bike soon,” said Ramunas while he is waiting for his return.

Bahrein – Merida 2017 – 16/12/2016 –  – photo Luca Bettini/BettiniPhoto©2016