The Monbus Obradoiro player, Álvaro Muñoz, has undergone surgery to be operated on for a Haglund syndrome, which affects the proper functioning of the Achilles tendon. As we announced in Hoy por Hoy Santiago, the pro forward was operated last Friday, and with the estimated recovery time of two months, he would be ready to start the preseason and in perfect condition to start the next season.
After seven weeks of confinement, Álvaro had again noticed discomfort in his left foot after going for a run. We remember that the pro-player forward missed several games This season due to an injury in the same area and when he resumed the competition he could not do it at the desired level.
The player, after being evaluated by Dr. Miguel Hermida, underwent surgery last Friday at the HM Rosaleda Hospital and the Estimated withdrawal period is eight weeks.
Individualized work continues
On the other hand, lThe Monbus Obradoiro squad continues under the orders of the physical trainer, Rubén Vieira, who continues to update the individualized plans so that each of the players can stay in physical shape.
Thus, the club thanks to an agreement with AltaFit Gyms, has provided players with exercise bikes to add cardio sessions to Rubén Vieira’s exercise plan.