22/5/2018 - 09:30 Shane Byrne - Medical Update
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22/5/2018 - 09:30 Shane Byrne - Medical Update
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Shane remains in the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital where he underwent an operation yesterday (Monday) that has successfully stabilised the fractures in his back.

He will continue to receive further treatment ahead of an extensive recovery period from the operation and his other injuries.

The BSB medical team have been liaising with the Hospital regarding Shane’s progress and would like to thank Mr Cook, Mr Lutchman, Dr Fletcher and all of the staff at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.


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RE: 22/5/2018 - 09:30 Shane Byrne - Medical Update
Worse than was first reported then ! Get well soon Shakey.
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Yes get well shakey  2
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RE: 22/5/2018 - 09:30 Shane Byrne - Medical Update
Plus 1 Shakey. Get well soon. Party1

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RE: 22/5/2018 - 09:30 Shane Byrne - Medical Update
He's a very lucky boy, fate was obviously smiling that day ...
Update time.. apologies for putting this out so late but here's where I'm at.. I have 2 bruised lungs, all of my ribs fractured, 4 broken vertabrae, a broken neck in 2 places, broken septum, collarbone, multiple other back fractures, fortunately no paralysis which was a big bonus as paralysis was a major issue and concern, the 1 at question from my surgeon after seeing my x-rays was how on earth are you not paralysed! His operation to fix the back and neck ran obvious risks of paralysis potentially coming back in the mix, fortunately the op went very well.

I’m now pretty sore and beaten up but a rehab and recovery program always starts the instant a crash ends, it's a long road ahead but for once I got a great start and can't thank all of you for your confirmation support throughout these difficult time.
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