Indian fast bowler Sreesanth has said he has made good progress in his recovery from the shoulder injury that forced him to miss the home Tests against Pakistan and selection for the Test leg of the tour of Australia.
“I am feeling good and the ayurvedic treatment I underwent at Coimbatore really helped”, Sreesanth said. “Though all the surgeons I consulted did speak about the need to undergo surgery, I thought I would try ayurveda and believe me, I have recovered well. I would have lost six months if I had undergone surgery but now I have gained some time and I am able to bowl, bat and even throw, which was a bit of a problem earlier on.”
Sreesanth had injured his right shoulder during the final ODI against Pakistan in Jaipur in November and consulted an orthopedic surgeon in Delhi. He was advised to undergo surgery, but decided against it and instead got in touch with an ayurvedic practitioner in Coimbatore.
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