For a speedy recovery ahead of the new season, Ronaldo invites Ghana’s doctor Marijana, to use her methods on him
Portuguese football icon Cristiano Ronaldo, has turned to Ghana national team’s doctor for help following his recent injury. The doctor, Marijana Kovacevic, popularly known as “horse placenta healer” has been invited by the Real Madrid player for treatment over the knee injury he suffered in the final of the Euro 2016. Ronaldo who was taken away on a stretcher in the early stages of the Euro 2016 due to a severe injury, has taken to Ghana’s team medic for help.
It could be recalled that Ronaldo suffered the injury following a hard tackle by France international and West Ham United player Dimitri Payet.
Following his injury, he was forced off in the 25th minute of Portugal’s Euro 2016 final victory over France on Sunday. Cristiano Ronaldo is reported to have suffered a tear on his anterior cruciate ligament. The Portugal captain is expected to be out of football action for up to five months.
Now, to hasten his recovery ahead of the new season, Ronaldo invites Ghana’s doctor Marijana, to try her methods on him. The 31-year-old after hearing some interesting reviews about her effective treatment from several players, now wants to give her a shot.
He is said to have invited the Placenta Healer from her Dubai base to meet and treat him so as to secure his quick return to action.
The Serbian traditional healer has been part of the medical team of the Ghana Black Stars and has helped some players with their injury troubles. She has treated English Premier League stars such as Frank Lampard, Robin van Persie and Glen Johnson.
Marijana’s process is said to involve regeneration of damaged muscular tissue, using a unique gel and an electromagnetic field. Her tested and trusted methods are said to have helped a lot of players including Ghana’s Asamoah Gyan and Andre Ayew. It was equally her services that saw to the speedy recovery of Daniel Amartey who had a groin problem at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.
Marijana has been part of Ghana national side’s medical team since the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.