#CBC: “Injured Humboldt Bronco Ryan Straschnitzki off to U.S. for ‘just better’ spinal rehab” #Toronto #Montreal #Calgary #Ottawa #Canada

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​A younger hockey participant who was paralyzed within the Humboldt Broncos bus crash is heading to the United States for specialised spinal remedy.

Ryan Straschnitzki, who has been getting physiotherapy twice a day at Calgary’s Foothills Medical Centre, is scheduled to board a medical flight Wednesday for Philadelphia, the place he’ll proceed his rehabilitation on the Shriners Hospital for Children.

“The Shriners reached out a couple of weeks ago,” mentioned Ryan’s father, Tom Straschnitzki.

“He provided to have the Shriners make Ryan a Shriners Kid so he might go to Philly for spinal rehab there as a substitute of staying right here.

“It’s a big time boost. He’s very excited. It’s fantastic news. We haven’t been there but we’ve heard about it, so you’ve gotta try it.”

Former Humboldt Broncos participant Ryan Straschnitzki takes a break after rehab at Foothills Hospital in Calgary. (Bill Graveland/The Canadian Press)

The 19-year-old was paralyzed from the chest down when a bus carrying the Saskatchewan junior hockey workforce was in a collision with a semi-trailer on a rural freeway April 6.

The Shriners launched America’s first pediatric spinal twine damage rehabilitation program in 1983. They say their program contains a variety of rehabilitation geared toward constructing energy, confidence and “independence to the fullest extent possible.”

“They still have to assess when we get there. It’s just better. There’s more advanced technology than here,” Tom Straschnitzki mentioned.

“When the Shriners ask you and are going to do this for you, I don’t think you say no.”

A personal airplane, geared up with a paramedic and a nurse, will accompany Ryan and his father to Philadelphia. The Shriners are overlaying the price of the journey and the remedy.

He suffered a spinal damage, damaged ribs, a damaged collar bone, a punctured lung and bleeding in his head and pelvis. (@straszr/Twitter)

Straschnitzki mentioned his son will probably be in Philadelphia for between six to eight weeks. His life is more likely to change as soon as once more when he returns to Canada.

“He should be going home by then,” his father mentioned. “Once he can do it on his own, they’ll send him home, and then he’ll do rehab here in Calgary.”

Ryan Straschnitzki was badly damage within the accident: he suffered a spinal damage, damaged ribs, a damaged collar bone, a punctured lung and bleeding in his head and pelvis.

The collision continues to be being investigated.

The Broncos had been on their solution to a playoff sport. Sixteen individuals had been killed and 13 had been injured. RCMP have solely mentioned the truck was within the intersection when the crash occurred.


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