After the fracture of the left hand, the best Serbian karate practitioner Slobodan Bitević, turned to our physiotherapy center for help and treatment of the injury. This is his story about how we treated the fracture and helped him recover.

Slobodan heard about our Center through his dear friends and fellow athletes, who have already been treated and cured at the Fizionova Center.

When the injury, that is, a fracture of the 5th metacarpal bone of the left hand happened in January 2019 at the tournament in Paris, he decided to come to our physiotherapy center and start the recovery process with maximum confidence in our therapists.

The therapy plan was done professionally, so that this injury would be treated as soon as possible and in the best possible way, and so that it would not negatively affect his upcoming competitions and further career.

In the treatment process, our Protocol No. 18 was used, which consists of the following therapies:

  - Cryotherapy

  - Kinesitherapy

  - RSQ1 treatment - a unique device for neuromuscular stimulation

  - Gymna - electrophoresis

  - Gymna laser - tendo lesion

  - Gymna - combined therapy with ultrasound and TENS

  - Salus Talent magnet - electrical stimulation.

Watch the video in which Slobodan Bitević talks about his experience during the treatment in our Center.

After 15 visits, the injury was completely healed, that is, the fracture was repaired and the complete recovery was completed. As he himself says, his left hand feels like it was never injured, and he quickly returned to regular training and participation in competitions. Since he uses his hands as a "tool" in his work, they are very important for him to win medals.

We wish him a lot of success in his further career, a lot more of finding himself on the victory podium with Serbian anthem playing, and most of all, we want him to win a gold medal on the Olympic Games in Tokyo this year.



Slobodan Bitević is a celebrated Serbian karate fighter, world and European champion in the + 84kg category in kumite style.

He was born on April 17, 1988 in Alibunar, and he is in the karate club Dinamo from Pančevo.

At the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, karate will appear as a discipline for the first time. Although it is considered to be the most massive and widespread martial art, it has not been a part of this most prestigious competition in the world so far. Slobodan is the captain of the Serbian karate national team, and he is sure that we can win medals in Tokyo. It would certainly be the highlight and crown of his career.


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