José Campaña He will not have to undergo surgery due to the discomfort in the tendon that forced him to withdraw from training last Saturday. As reported by Levante, the footballer, examined this Monday by Dr. Guillén, does not suffer injury in that area.
The reason for the ‘abundant bleeding’ registered in that area was a adherence of the intervention of his tendon, which “is intact,” according to the statement and after having been verified in the aforementioned review. Campaign will undergo a rehabilitation process, following a conservative treatment, waiting for him to be able to return to the work of the rest of the team.
This is the release provided by Levante:
“The midfielder José Gómez Campaña has been explored this morning by doctor Guillén after the discomfort suffered in training last Saturday afternoon. Levante UD medical services report that no tendon injury, so surgical intervention is ruled out.
The tests carried out and the examination confirmed that an adhesion of his tendon intervention had caused the heavy bleeding, which had caused complications to initially determine the extent of the injury, but that the damaged tendon in its day is intact.
Therefore, you are going to practice a conservative physiotherapy treatment and readjustment with the confidence that in a short space of time he can be under the command of coach Paco López ”.