cotber were found satisfactory,” the board said in the statement. The PCB announced on Monday that after 11 weeks of post-operative care for an elbow injury, cricketer Ihsanullah is doing better and has begun the road to full recovery. The surgery, which was performed by a doctor from England, was performed in the beginning of September and the pacer wore an elbow brace for four weeks. His MRI and CT scans in the middle of October were satisfactory, and he has since then started his active rehabilitation.
In October, it emerged that he had made satisfactory improvements resulting from his post-surgical outcomes, according to the doctors. They are hopeful that he would be able to start functional training at the end of his 16 week recovery. Ihsanullah had been ruled out of playing for the Pakistan squad for the ODI television series contest versus New Zealand in April and is not expected to participate in the Test series versus Australia at the close of 2023 or the Pakistan Super League (PSL) afterwards.
The pacer made his first appearance in the limited-overs format earlier in the year and to date has featured in one ODI and four T20Is with the men’s national team.