Germani Brescia, Troy Caupain underwent surgery: official diagnosis
“The player’s recovery time is estimated to be around four months.”
“Germani Brescia announces that on Monday the athlete Troy Caupain underwent surgery as a result of the complete injury of the tendon of the pectoralis gran pectoralis of the right shoulder that he got last November 1 during the 7DAYS EuroCup game against JL Bourg-en-Bresse,” reads the official note released by the Lombard club.
“The athlete underwent tendon reinsertion surgery, performed at the Shoulder Surgery Section of the Orthopedic Operating Unit of the Giovanni XXIII Nursing Home in Monastier (Treviso, Italy) by Prof. Enrico Gervasi, a surgeon of international caliber, and his team, assisted by Dr. Pierfrancesco Bettinsoli, a sports orthopedist and traumatologist and Head of the medical staff of Pallacanestro Brescia. In thanking Prof. Gervasi for his availability and professionalism, Germani Brescia reports that the surgery was perfectly successful. The player’s recovery time is estimated to be around four months,” it concludes.