Piotr Wyszomirski was supposed to be a Polish leader during the final tournament of the world’s championship in France. Sadly in December he came to the training camp with a knee injury. An examination performed in Rehasport Clinic under an eye of national team’s doctor – Tomasz Owczarski – demonstrated a medial meniscus damage. The surgery was performed on 4 January in Poznań, and a few days later our 29-year-old goalkeeper started rehabilitation. After two weeks Wyszomirski worked in Rehasport Clinic in Warsaw on a suitable walk. It was possible thanks to a special Alter-G anti-gravity treadmill, which removes as many as 80 percent of body weight when we work out.
The very rehabilitation took more than 4 weeks. Piotr Wyszomirski is now ready to resume trainings and play in Bundesliga. The representative of our Polish national team, which came 17th in the world’s championship, will be back in the game at the beginning of May. At this time our team will play two European Championship elimination matches against Belarus.