Rishabh Pant Health Update: The doctor who brought Sachin and Bumrah’s career back on track will do Pant’s surgery… know when will he return


Rishabh Pant was airlifted to Mumbai
Surgery will be done for left arm batter pant’s ligament
Dr Dinshaw Pardiwala has treated Sachin

new Delhi. Team India’s star wicket-keeper batter Rishabh Pant has been shifted from Dehradun to Mumbai. Pant will now be treated at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Medical Research Institute in Mumbai. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) issued a statement saying that Pant will be treated under the supervision of Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala, Head of Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy of the hospital.

Dinshaw Pardiwala is the same doctor who earlier treated cricketers like the ‘God’ of cricket Sachin Tendulkar, veteran all-rounder Yuvraj Singh, veteran pacer Jasprit Bumrah and all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja. As well as have treated Olympic Athletes. Pant will undergo ligament tear surgery in Mumbai and subsequent procedures will also take place here.

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Pant was taken to Mumbai in an air ambulance.
Rishabh Pant, a 25-year-old left-handed batsman, was taken to Mumbai in an air ambulance from a hospital in Dehradun. Where he will undergo comprehensive treatment for knee and ankle ligament injuries. Pant had suffered injuries in a car accident on 30 December. The BCCI decided to take Pant to Mumbai by air ambulance as he was not in a position to fly by any commercial airline.

Pant’s ankle and knee injuries are worrying
Rishabh Pant narrowly escaped a horrific car accident when he was on his way home from Delhi to Roorkee but lost control on National Highway 58 (NH58) and his car crashed into the divider. Pant had bruises on his forehead, serious back injuries as well as injuries to his knees and ankles. Most of the injuries were minor but ankle and knee injuries are worrying. However, being a centrally contracted cricketer from the BCCI, his injury treatment is the prerogative of the board.

Pant has swelling in his knee and ankle.
An MRI of Pant’s injured knee and ankle could not be done at Max Hospital in Dehradun as there was a lot of swelling. However, it is understood that any sports-related injury for a centrally contracted cricketer will be treated by BCCI-designated doctors and rehabilitation will take place under the supervision of the Sports and Medical Sciences team at the National Cricket Academy, headed by Dr. Nitin Patel.

Difficult to play in Border-Gavaskar Test series and IPL
When will Rishabh Pant be able to make a comeback in cricket? It’s hard to say right now. Because he is still not able to walk on his own. It is difficult for Pant to play in the upcoming Test series against Australia and the 16th edition of IPL. The first Test match will be played between India and Australia from February 9 while IPL 2023 will be held in April.

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