According to media reports, a team of Ayurveda medical experts on Wednesday submitted a report to Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy charting out how injured Brazilian star Neymar could be treated. The Ayurveda doctors have prescribed a two-month treatment plan for Neymar, who fractured his third vertebra during Brazil's FIFA World Cup quarterfinal match against Colombia last Friday.
According to the report, three weeks of treatment will be carried out in Brazil which will be followed by a month-long therapy in Kerala. The football-loving state is known for its Ayurvedic treatment for injuries.
"We have submitted the report to the Chief Minister expressing our willingness to give high quality treatment to Neymar," P.K Ashok, principal of Ayurveda Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram, who compiled the report, told Indian Express. "Now the government will discuss the report in the Assembly on Thursday and propose the treatment to the Brazilian government," Ashok added.