Dancing With The Stars Injury
May 17, 2011 by Post Team
Dancing With The Stars Injury, Fans of Dancing with the Stars saw firsthand how Kym Johnson on Monday was injured while rehearsing with partner Hines Ward last week. Cameras caught Johnson as she fell to the ground during a lift complicated – which led to a highly publicized trip to the hospital. The professional was in good shape Monday – in fact, the first dance of the couple received a perfect score of 30 – but the video of the trial was unbearable to watch.
“I was sick,” Hines told reporters later. “You never want to see your partner … we have been together for 10 weeks and that Friday was the worst ever on Friday to see his family brought out and just being in the hospital with her and goes over MRI. You start thinking, what could be done? Could have prevented the fall? You start second guessing yourself and then put things in perspective. It was a tough week. To be honest with you, or even think about dancing. I was more concerned about their safety than anything else. ”
“I have luck,” added Johnson. “The doctors said this morning to dance. It was a bit touch and go. I felt so bad for Hines, you know, because we got so far. It was my stupid fault. It was the semifinal; he was trying to make this move now I have learned in a bit of a lesson. And Hines has been amazing and led me through this dance. I’m very lucky and all our fans and the Nation Steelers have been very supportive. ”
Johnson was diagnosed with a sprain and left the hospital in a neck brace. “I can not even remember what the doctor said,” she said.
“Vertebrae sprain,” said Hines. “It’s like the muscle between the vertebrae C7.”
“C7, yes,” continued Johnson. “I’m just lucky I had more of it on my shoulders instead of my neck. I was very lucky. I went to the doctor this morning because of the danger. I just left my neck brace, because he wanted me to keep everything good. But now I have a little more movement. And obviously, I modified the routines. There was a lot more tricks in it, but Hines is a good dancer so just based on that. And I should have done all along as we did 10s. ”
With the help of Cheryl Burke, Ward was able to prepare for Monday’s performance show, while his partner was recovering. He and Johnson managed to test the weekend – with some restrictions. “[I was] collar,” said Johnson. “I was only carried through the motions,” he said. “It was really good dancing. Today was the first day without the brace. All the doctors at Cedar Sinai were fantastic and helped me get through today.
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