Kostomarov’s Rehabilitation Progress Draws Media Attention Amid Challenges
Moscow, April 26 – The 2006 Olympic figure skating champion Roman Kostomarov is having difficulty regaining movement in his limbs, RBC Sport reports, citing sources in the environment.
According to one of the sources, the best rehabilitation specialists are now working with Kostomarov, who is trying hard to restore mobility in the limbs, but the Olympic champion is having a hard time with sports. Another source added that despite the difficulties, Kostomarov’s condition is not deteriorating and remains stable.
The athlete was admitted to intensive care with pneumonia on the night of January 10. In February, it became known that the athlete had sepsis, as a result of which the doctors amputated part of his leg and several fingers on both hands. Now doctors are preparing the skater for prosthetics.
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