Good news to report, with doctors from Robert Kubica’s Italian hospital reportedly claimeing that the injured Renault driver could be up and walking in a matter of weeks.
A statement from the Santa Corona Hospital reports that the Pole’s condition “continues to improve” after he suffered horrific injuries in a freak rally crash last month.
Kubica recently underwent further surgery on his right elbow to improve its mobility, and doctors have confirmed that rehabilitation on his injured right hand, wrist shoulder and leg is ongoing.
“There will now be another period of waiting while the multiple fractures heal,” reads the media statement from the hospital.
“We are thinking in terms of starting him walking, weight-bearing on both legs, in roughly three weeks.”
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