Jeremy Renner, the Marvel superstar, who had a near-fatal accident in January, is walking on an anti-gravity treadmill as part of his therapy. The “Avengers” star was critically injured when his own snowplow slid and crushed him, causing him to lose a significant amount of blood. After multiple surgeries, he is now able to walk again with the help of a cane and the anti-gravity treadmill. The 52-year old actor tweeted, “I now have to find other things to occupy my time so my body can recover from my will.”
Renner has kept his fans updated on his recovery journey, sharing videos and pictures of his progress since the tragic accident. He is known for performing his own stunts, and the accident served as a reminder of the risks that actors take during action sequences.
The anti-gravity treadmill is often used in physical therapy for athletes and individuals recovering from injuries. It uses air pressure to reduce body weight and impact while walking, allowing for a less painful and smoother rehabilitation process.
Renner’s story is a testament to the human spirit and a reminder that with hard work and determination, anything is possible. His never-say-die attitude and commitment to regaining his physical health and strength have inspired many around the world. We wish him a speedy and full recovery.
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Ref: Jeremy Renner posts video of him walking on anti-gravity treadmill months after harrowing snowplow accident – New York Post