PUNE (India) Indias 32-year-old left-arm medium fast bowler Zaheer Khan is being treated by a lady physiotherapist in Johannesburg. Mrs. Debbie Davidson, the 41-year-old lady physio, one of the seven physios working at the Centre for Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics, is only dealing with the shoulder injury patients. Zaheer Khan came to me on Tuesday afternoon and has been advised to come whole this week. His injury doesnt seem to be serious and it may not be too long for him to recover, she told this scribe. Zaheer, in his rehabilitation schedule, has been asked to do some exercises and also being given acupuncture treatment, she added. His MRI report was examined by me and also Dr. Mark Fergusson before he went overseas and according to the doctor, Zaheer Khan requires no further surgery to his shoulder, she further added. Last year in July, Zaheer Khan had an arthroscopic labral repair surgery in his left shoulder done by the Johannesburg-based Dr Mark Ferguson and had to remain out of game for a few months. The doctor is scheduled to return to South Africa on Monday. Zaheer is likely to be here till Sunday. It is up to him to stay longer and get his shoulder examined by the doctor. However, Zaheer has been advised to come again in mid-August, before the Champions League in September, for the examination, the lady physio added. Mrs. Debbie Davidson also treated Indias Anil Kumble seven years ago when Kumble was also operated upon by Dr. Fergusson. I have been treating several South African cricketers and tennis players also on my patient list, the mother of two said. British Bangladeshis want matches at Sylhet The Bangladeshi community in England have requested the team management to ensure that the international matches were also being awarded to Sylhet, said GS Hassan Tamim, the Head of the Delegation on current England tour and also one of the directors of the BCB. Speaking to this scribe from Birmingham, he said, Though we lost the final ODI (and thus the series against England) on Monday, the Bangladeshi community people had hosted the dinner party at their community hall for the players. They have asked us to award few international matches at Sylhet. Sylhet is a major city in north-eastern Bangladesh. It was granted metropolitan city status in March 2009. The city is approaching a population of 500,000 and is also having a high population density. It is one of the largest cities in Bangladesh. At present, most of the home series matches against the visiting teams are hosted at Dhaka and Chittagong. Sylhet has a stadium, but it is not as big at Mirpurs Sher-e-Bangal stadium or Chittagongs Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Tamim further added. Sylhet Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Sylhet. It is currently used mostly for cricket matches. The stadium holds 20,000 people and was built in 1960.