He has been making great strides in his recovery and is starting to walk again After being seriously injured during a snowplow accident on New Year’s Day.
Now, Jeremy Renner’s sports physician has revealed one of his “strongest triggers” affecting his recovery — his 10-year-old daughter, Ava Berlin.
You really think about life when something like this happens. It’s like, “Well, what’s the point?” said Vincent, MD, a chiropractor and athletic trainer the people.
Vincent, who has been working with the Marvel star on and off for the past 12 years, says Renner has the “drive and determination” to make a full recovery.
“I’ve seen a lot of people with less serious injuries than Jeremy had, and they just give up,” he explained.
‘You really think about life’: Jeremy Renner’s sports doctor reveals one of the ‘strongest triggers’ affecting his recovery – his 10-year-old daughter, Ava Berlin
Shedding more light on Renner’s recovery process, Vincent revealed that the actor managed to keep his spirits up with the help of some laughter.
“He uses humor to stay positive and stay healthy,” he said. “This helps a lot.”
Vincent has since converted Renner’s home “into a full rehabilitation centre”, which includes a treadmill that was instrumental in teaching Renner how to walk again.
“We can get him to exercise at 20 percent of his body weight,” he explained, adding that the actor was “totally weightless” after the accident. “He had fractures on each limb,” he explained.
While Vincent says he still has a lot of recovery ahead of him, he’s optimistic the actor will make a full recovery. “I 100 percent think it’s going to be better than it was before,” he said.
Renner opened up about the horrific accident that nearly killed him and left him with 35 broken bones during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on monday.
“We kept finding them out, because they moved from the critical order of priority to one who would die for them or not?” Modesto, California representative. Another break, another break.
The Hawkeye star appeared with a cane in good spirits for his late-night appearance, saying he was “glad to be here.”
Re-evaluate priorities: “You really think about life when something like this happens. It’s like, ‘Well, what’s important?’” Vincent, MD, a chiropractor and athletic trainer, told People.
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The Oscar-nominated star described the mechanics of the snow plow accident, noting how lucky he was that important parts of his anatomy were spared as he was caught under the weight of the machine.
“It’s like a giant metal – like a cookie roller, isn’t it?” He said. It missed all the vertebrae, didn’t hit any organs, didn’t bulge the membrane – my eyes popped out, which is weird. But I was very lucky that none of the members were spoiled.
Renner was recently seen outing to Six Flags with his daughter, as he kept a scooter for commuting nearby.
“It’s spring break, and my daughter just turned 10, and she’s got my niece and nephews and all her cousins, and I had to treat them to a good time and to a roller coaster,” Renner told Kimmel of the trip, noting that he’s gone on rides on a picnic.
“I just live by the principle if it hurts I will stop,” he said. “But if it didn’t hurt, I’d try. So I did everything I didn’t and had a great time — and most importantly, my daughter and all the kids did.
Scary ordeal: “We kept spotting them, because they moved from a critical order of priority where someone would die for them or not?” Modesto, California representative. Another break, another break
‘I had a great time’: Renner was recently seen outing to Six Flags with his daughter, keeping a scooter for commuting nearby