Jeremy Renner Sends A Huge Message To Fans On Way To Recovery

The snowcat accident in January fractured 30 of Jeremy Renner's bones, but he is making great gains toward rehabilitation.

The University of Michigan suggests using an anti-gravity treadmill to speed up recovery with lower-impact training during rehabilitation, and the 52-year-old "Hawkeye" star posted videos of himself using one on social media on Sunday.

Renner says in the video, "It's like having a cane," referring to the fact that he's using just roughly 40% of his bodyweight to complete a walking motion.

In a tweet accompanying the clip, he stated, "I now have to find OTHER things to spend my time so my body can recuperate from my will."

After a snowcat accident, Jeremy Renner's nephew writes him a heartwarming note in which he expresses his gratitude that his uncle is still alive.

According to the incident report submitted by the Washoe County Sheriff's Office, Renner was injured in a snowcat accident while trying to help his nephew fix his automobile in Reno, Nevada. He sustained traumatic chest trauma and orthopedic injuries.

Renner was airlifted to the hospital in a critical condition, where he underwent surgery in the intensive care unit.

Renner has provided the public with updates on his progress. moments from his recovery path in a public forum. Soon after the accident, he updated his followers on his status, posting photographs of himself doing physical treatment in bed.

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