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Good morning friends! Here’s a little update on my life: I can get around the house using only one crutch or my Walk’n’Chair! Woohoo! I know this doesn’t sound like much but I haven’t properly walked in almost 5 months now so every tiny victory is worth celebrating. I had an X-ray on my leg and all the metal and bones are strait! (Rods the entire length of my femur and tibia and a plate on the lower fibula) My lower tibia was shattered and the metal was placed twice so it’s REALLY GOOD to see it fixed! Almost all my wounds are closed so countdown to getting a piggy back ride from Jamin Marshall down to the ocean and getting dumped in the water! I have been dreaming about swimming again since December……..🐠🐠🐠. Thank you so much for all the prayers of love and strength you have been sending my way, I can feel it! Although a large part of my left heel is gone forever, it looks like with continued physical therapy and muscle building I will walk again someday. Maybe even hold down a job! I just have to believe in the magic of the universe 🔮 good thing I am #partunicorn
NOTE FROM WALK’N’CHAIR:
Victoria is still in recovery and working to pay her medical bills outside of the United States.
“I fell and broke my pelvis and the Walk’n’Chair was a godsend for getting around both inside and especially outside. Slanted wheels made it possible to go on rough terrain. Later as I was healing I used the Walk’n’Chair as a walker. Felt very secure as I was on uneven ground. I’m now walking on my own. Walk’n’Chair was great for when I needed it.” Walk’n’Chair Alyce
“There are tons of nifty mobility devices made for urban environments. There are only a few ready-made mobility devices that actually work well in the great outdoors where surfaces are filled with rocks, grass, tree limbs, sand and water. A mobility walker that works well in the woods is extraordinarily hard to find. I found mine at Walk’n’Chair.” – Jean Saffell