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|11-20-2014, 01:00 PM||#1|
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Cal Crutchlow undergoes successful surgery
LCR Hondas new recruit is now ready for winter training
ISLE OF MAN resident Cal Crutchlow underwent successful surgery on his left shoulder on Friday morning.
The 29-year-old went to the Alexandra Hospital in Cheadle last week to have consultant shoulder surgeon and professor of orthopaedics and sports science Len Funk remove a plate from his left collarbone which was needed after a crash in 2011. Crutchlow also underwent treatment for arthritis.
Crutchlow said: 'I had arthritis in my left shoulder after a crash I had in 2010 and I also had a plate in there from my crash at Silverstone in 2011.
'I needed to get the arthritis cleaned out because in warmer conditions I didn’t have an issue, but in the cold, it was a bit painful. And the plate has been finally removed.
'Now I feel much better and want to thank Professor Len for his excellent job. Soon I will fly to America to start my winter training programme and I am really looking forward to the next outing aboard the RCV.'
The new CWM LCR Honda rider has planned a winter training camp in America and will fly out at the end of November. Crutchlow's second session with his new team will take place in February at the Sepang circuit.
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