Ryan Shazier deja el hospital

Dos meses después de sufrir una lesión de la médula espinal, el linebacker de los Steelers, Ryan Shazier es dado de alta del centro médico de la Universidad de Pittsburgh
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Casi dos meses después de sufrir una lesión de la médula espinal, el linebacker de los Steelers Ryan Shazier fue dado de alta el jueves.Shazier, dos veces seleccionado para el Pro Bowl, sufrió la lesión en una victoria ante Cincinnati. Se tuvo que someter a un tratamiento para estabilizar la médula espinal el 6 de diciembre.Si bien podía salir un poco, incluyendo visitas a los entrenamientos de Pittsburgh y presentarse para partidos en el estadio Heinz Field, tenía que volver al hospital cada noche.El centro médico de la Universidad de Pittsburgh informó que Shazier seguirá con un programa de terapia para paciente ambulatorio.Shazier, de 25 años, publicó una foto en Instagram de pie junto al quarterback de los Steelers, Ben Roethlisberger, poco después de comunicarse su alta del hospital. 

I’ve had a lot of 1st downs at UPMC, but you know being the defensive guy I am, my mind is on 3 and out. With that being said, I want everyone to know that I’m moving on to the next step of the process. Today’s a big day for me as I’m officially being released from the hospital. I want to take a moment to thank the people who have helped me the past two months. First and foremost, I want to thank God because at the end of the day I don’t think I’d be making progress without His vision and hands protecting me and my family. I will continue to trust in Him and thank Him, because it all starts with Him. To my family: you’ve been my rock. Words can’t express how thankful I am for you Michelle, RJ, Mom, Dad, and VJ for always being there for me. You’re my everything. To Jerome: my trainer and best friend. Thank you for being there from day 1 and every day after continuing to push me to be better every day. I’d like to thank Dr. Okonkwo, Dr. Harrington, Dr. Maroon, and Dr. Schroeder for their amazing work on my procedure and continuous care. I can’t appropriately express how grateful I am for how quickly you’ve helped me bounce back. I want to thank the medical staff at UPMC for their amazing care, support and therapy they have given me- especially Joe, Nikki, Karolina and Dani. I know the staff will continue to help me find a way to keep on pushing as we continue therapy. The support from my teammates has been truly amazing. From former players to current players and their families- they have helped me and my family day to day with visits and gifts. We can’t thank you enough. I want to thank Mr. Rooney, Coach T, Mr. Colbert, and the entire Steelers organization for the unwavering support they’ve given me. I knew they were an amazing organization, but more than ever they’re family to me. Lastly, I want to thank Jimmy, Candice, and the CAA Sports staff for being here when I need them most. I don’t know if I’d be where I’m at or making the progress I’m making without you guys. I want everyone to know that all of the support and prayers are absolutely being answered. I will continue to work hard and push and find a way back. #Shalieve #Steelers #prayfor50

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 Shazier expresó su agradecimiento a todos, desde familiares y compañeros de equipo hasta los doctores y fanáticos, por su apoyo, y prometió "continuar trabajando fuerte para poder volver".