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Humboldt Bronco excited after spinal surgery

A month ago, hockey player paralyzed in the Humboldt Broncos. He is twenty years old. He says that now he is excited after the spinal surgery. Now he is happy with the progress. Because he is receiving spinal surgery in Thailand, he added. And now he would play the hockey series again. 

On 6th April 2019, he injured in a bus crash. In that bus crash, sixteen people killed, and thirteen wounded. In wounded people, the hockey player Humboldt Broncos also included. After 19 months, he paralyzed forever. He said the time of injuring was spent such difficulties. That moment was so painful for me, he added. 

Therefore, he is so excited because now he will be able to stand on his feet. The credit goes to Thailand’s doctors, who have vast knowledge. He treated well and implanted an epidural stimulator in Ryan Straschnitzki‘s spine.  Moreover, one week later, injected stem cells above and below the injury. 

Humboldt crash survivor takes his first steps after surgery

Hence, that is a nice try to reverse some of the damage. The injured Humboldt Broncos said now the condition is getting better day by day. Thus, Some time required to walking through his legs. But this becomes difficult but not impossible now. In one video, we can watch him in a wheeled machine. Because the physiotherapists slowly help him walk with the use of a wheeled machine. 

Paralyzed Humboldt Bronco can move legs after treatment in Thailand

Now he satisfied and calmed with the treatment. Because he has a hope to standing on his legs. Straschnitzki said I was shocked and excited at the same time. The paralyzing is such an excellent thing for injured. He also said it scared me a little bit, but again it was pretty exciting. 

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