Van Rossom suffers from undisplaced fracture of three lumbar vertebrae

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Aris Barkas

27/Jan/18 15:08

The fall of Sam Van Rossom will keep him out of action for more than one month.

By Eurohoops team/

The Belgian point guard had a bad fall last night during the game against Khimki and the club announced today the following: “Valencia Basket player Sam Van Rossom had to leave last night’s game vs. Khimki Moscow Region after a strong back blow for which he was immediately transferred to the Quironsalud hospital in Valencia, where he underwent an urgent TAC and where has spent the night.

The complementary tests to which the Belgian point guard has been subjected this morning have confirmed that suffers an undisplaced fracture of the right transverse processes of the L2, L3 and L4 vertebrae.

The player will be transferred this afternoon to the Intermutual Hospital of Levante, where he will remain for a few days until the pain is controlled. Once he leaves the hospital, Van Rossom will have to wear a protective corset for a month, after which he will progressively begin recovery work”.

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