Injured faster man Taskin Ahmed Tazim, who is currently being operated for his knee injury at Melbourne in Australia, will not be needed Operation. The young fast bowler said that he would instead require two to three months of rehabilitation to recover from the knee injury. [Read Also: Taskin Ahmed Tazim going Australia for Treatment]
Taskin Ahmed, who had left for Melbourne, Australia on June 26, is being operated by Dr Michael Makdissi and physiotherapist Peter Miliaras.
‘The doctors, after seeing me, informed that I don’t need any operation and the knee injury is not much serious,’ said Taskin Ahmed.
He also said, “The doctors only suggested I need a full rehabilitation for the two-three months and also strength training for me, and they also said that I will not need to take any injection to reduce my knee pain.”
The promising Bangladesh pacer Taskin Ahmed has made his mark when he had taken four wickets for the Chittagong Kings against Duronto Rajshahi in the second edition of Bangladesh Premier League 2013 and was considered for the selection when Bangladesh had toured to Sri Lanka last March. Knee Injury was ruled him out from that tour.
Taskin Ahmed is expected to be back home from Australia on July 13. He will undergo strength training, as doctors diagnosed that the injury had come from overworking the knees.