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Treatment table

Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) Football Club is located in North London. The club is also known as Spurs. Tottenham's home ground is White Hart Lane. The club motto is Audere est Facere (To dare is to do).

Our Head of Medical Services Dr Charlotte Cowie gives us the latest rundown from the treatment room at Spurs Lodge.

Paul Robinson (knee)
Dr Cowie: Paul’s knee is currently in a brace and will be re-assessed regularly.

Noureddine Naybet (ankle)
Dr Cowie: Noureddine jarred his ankle about 10 days ago. He’s running now but he’s not very comfortable twisting and turning.

Noe Pamarot (knee)
Dr Cowie: Noe is going home to France to continue his rehabilitation. We’ll monitor his progress and see him again at the training ground in about three weeks.

Thimothee Atouba (ankle)
Dr Cowie: Progressing well, due to start running again soon.

Michael Brown (foot)
Dr Cowie: Michael has a review with a specialist next week. Hopefully the fracture will be healing well and we’ll be able to start his rehab from there.

Pedro Mendes (broken toe)
Dr Cowie: Pedro will see the specialist later this week. He’ll then have another scan to see how the toe is healing.

Anthony Gardner (foot)
Dr Cowie: He’s making very good progress, feels comfortable walking and will start a gradual running programme soon.