After her emergency surgery she spent two weeks in Hilton Head Hospital until she was able to be moved to an inpatient facility to focus more on the rehabilitation of her injuries. Once transported Mallory was there for two additional weeks to get the appropriate physical and occupational therapies, and waited for the infections and swelling to go down. Once she rebuilds the effected muscles and tendons she will begin the next phase: to include outpatient therapy, skin grafting and closure surgeries on her open wounds. Mallory's road to recovery will be 12-18 months, however with her resilience and determination she will get back on her feet.
According to the Doctors she will be out of work for at least 10 to 12 months, with a full recovery time of 12 to 18 months. The Doctors along with her family and friends are hoping Mallory makes a full recovery. We are asking for everyone's support through positive vibes, thoughts, and prayers (for all that are involved) throughout this horrific journey.
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- Katya Madden
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