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Real Madrid doctors change plan for Bellingham's shoulder treatment
Source: Bernabéu Digital

Last November, during the Real Madrid vs. Rayo match at the Santiago Bernabéu, Jude Bellingham suffered a dislocation in his left shoulder, causing anterior instability. Initially, the club's medical team planned surgery for July, after the Euro Cup, to ensure no games were missed. However, seven months later, this plan has changed.

According to OKDiario, the surgery has been put on hold. Following extensive work and treatments, Real Madrid's health services now believe that continuing with conservative treatment, which has shown positive results, is the best course of action for now. Although the medical team acknowledges that surgery will eventually be necessary to fully resolve the shoulder issues, they are confident that with proper strengthening of the affected area, Bellingham can avoid surgery this summer and continue playing without significant discomfort.

Brahim Díaz finds himself in a very similar situation to Bellingham. He will also avoid surgery to treat the dislocation he suffered in his right shoulder at the end of September during a league match against Las Palmas at the Bernabéu. Like the Englishman, the Spanish-Moroccan will follow a conservative treatment focused on strengthening and stabilizing the area and will continue playing with a protective orthosis to prevent his shoulder from dislocating again. This approach aims to avoid an operation that would sideline him for around two months.


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