Jeremy Renner tried all sorts of remedies after a snowplow accident

Jeremy Renner tried all sorts of remedies after a snowplow accident

Jeremy Renner’s snow plow accident occurred 10 months ago. It’s a miracle that the actor is back on his feet and able to walk less than a year later, no doubt thanks to the daily physical therapy the “Hawkeye” actor has been undergoing since his release from the hospital. In a new Instagram post, Renner spoke about his recovery and revealed that he has tried “all kinds of therapy” over the past 10 months.

Renner was hospitalized with blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries in early January after being run over by a Sno-Cat, a large snow plow that weighs at least 14,330 pounds. The actor was trying to help his nephew out of the snow near his home in Lake Tahoe when he was crushed by Snow’s cat. His injuries included eight broken ribs in 14 places, a broken right knee and ankle, a broken left leg, a broken left ankle, a broken right collarbone, a broken right shoulder, and more.

“I have been exploring all types of therapy since January 14th,” Renner wrote on Instagram. “Every day, countless hours of physical therapy, peptide injections, IV drips and infusions, stem cells and exosomes, red/infrared light therapy, hyperbaric chamber 2.0 atmospheres, cold plunges, the list goes on and on.”

“But my greatest healing was my mind and my will to be here and push to recover and get better. Be exceptional… I feel like it’s my duty to do that,” Renner added. Not to waste my life to save hers, but to give back to my family and friends, and to all of you who have enabled me to endure. I thank you all.”

Renner used social media frequently in the months following his accident to keep fans updated on his recovery process and extensive physical therapy. He posted videos of himself exercising and building leg strength. By the world premiere of his series “Rennervations” on Disney+ in April, Renner was able to walk with a cane on the red carpet.

“I was really adamant about not pushing (for a world premiere) while there was momentum with the officials at Disney, and with us, with the timing of the show in all of our lives. It felt right,” Renner told VAriete on time. “I seem a little disappointed right now, but I promise you that this show is what drives me better and makes me want to get better every day. I set a goal to walk on this carpet. And here I am enjoying it. Otherwise it would have gone down the drain without a date and I would have lost the appeal and the excitement and I would have felt “So frustrated. I’m so excited now that we’re here.”

Renner revealed last month that he was recording new music amid his recovery. He previously released the rock song “Heaven Don’t Have a Name” in the summer of 2019, and released his EP “The Medicine” in March 2020. His new EP appears to be titled “Love and Titanium,” a reference to how he has addressed his recovery in interviews.

Check out Renner’s latest post below.

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