Injury update: Tristan Charboneau
Tristan Charboneau has given an update on his knee injury that he picked up at the start of the season.
The American had surgery a couple of weeks ago to get his mcl, meniscus and pcl in his knee fixed. It means the American can now begin the therapy required and then start to think about his comeback to racing.
Charboneau posted the following update on social media:
I just want to let everybody know what’s going on if you didn’t already know. I had surgery done a couple weeks ago on my knee, I had my MCL, Meniscus and PCL fixed. Big thanks to Dr. Ting for getting me in for operation. I’m going to put a lot of work into my Physical Therapy, Start training and come back to racing even stronger than before.