Rishabh Pant Accident: After 3 surgeries Rishabh was airlifted to Mumbai for this reason
Cricketer Rishabh Pant, who was seriously injured in a road accident, has been taken to Mumbai for ligament treatment. There he will be treated at Kokilaben
Cricketer Rishabh Pant, who was injured in a road accident, underwent three surgeries at Max Hospital. During his stay here for a week, he was also being given pain therapy for pain relief. Rishabh was being treated at the hospital under the supervision of five specialist doctors.
Along with the BCCI, the central government was also monitoring the treatment. A senior official associated with the hospital management said that all medical facilities were provided for the treatment.The hospital also has complete arrangements for the treatment of ligaments. But, on the request of the BCCI, he has been sent to Mumbai.
Hospital management troubled by VIP movement
After the admission of cricketer Rishabh Pant to Max Hospital, Chief Minister, Health Minister and many ministers of the State Government, MLAs, Bollywood actors kept coming and going. Due to this the hospital management had to face problems.
The BCCI had given strict instructions to the Max Hospital management not to share any information related to his treatment with the media. In such a situation, the hospital management refused to say anything about the treatment.
Cricketer Rishabh Pant, who was seriously injured in a road accident, has been taken to Mumbai for ligament treatment. There he will be treated at Kokilaben Hospital. He was first taken by ambulance to Jolly Grant Airport and then by chartered plane to Mumbai under the supervision of two specialist doctors from Max Hospital.
According to the doctors at Max Hospital, Pant's condition has improved to a great extent in a week. However, there was a slight problem regarding the ligament. Pain therapy was being given to him so that there was no more pain. Senior Vice President Dr. Sandeep Tanwar said that Max Hospital has complete facilities for ligament treatment. The team of experts was also treating him. But, on the request of the BCCI, he was sent to Mumbai on Wednesday. He says that due to the contract with the BCCI, sports injuries of Indian cricketers are treated at Kokilaben Hospital.