World News – UA – Mose Masoe takes first unassisted steps since career-ending spine injury


After initially hearing that he would never be able to walk again, Masoe was filmed taking his first steps unaided just eight months after the terrible incident

Mose Masoe takes his first steps unaided just eight months after sustaining a serious spinal injury and learning he would be lucky to walk again Just amazing! here and read more about @Calendar at 6 imageTwittercom / xcJdFlL4x1

Earlier this year, the former NRL star’s career in the rugby league came to an abrupt end after injuring his neck in a pre-season game for the Hull Kingston Rovers in Super British league

The incident, which occurred during a harmless tackle with a Wakefield Trinity player, left Masoe paralyzed from the waist down

At first, the New Zealand-born Samoan international spent three long months in a hospital bed in Hull recovering

And even though the life-changing injury happened in January of this year, at the end of April he started to regain sensations in his legs.

Under the strict guidance of Flex Health, Masoe began his long and arduous road to recovery

Videos of former Sydney Roosters and Penrith Panthers throwing a foot during the final stages of her rehab

But their joy has now been eclipsed by an even greater feat achieved by the great man himself

Hi guys, Carissa here, Mose asked me to post this for him as he meant in his own words a huge thank you everyone for their love and support WEEK 1 FACT: white_check_mark: I would be lying if I said that it was not difficult, but I am truly honored and grateful for all the support from the @hullkingstonroversofficial family of the supporters, club staff and my brothers as well as the Rugby League Community all over the world I cannot not start to express my love and gratitude to everyone who has helped me and my family at such a difficult time that we are truly surrounded by amazing people / families Everyone has their own battles that they themselves are fighting- same and this has become my new battle for now This is going to be a long way to go for me and my little family but it makes it easier for us to know that we are so blessed with all of your support and best wishes The way I’m going to tackle this is with a positive attitude and a big smile on my face Business as usual Thanks again everyone, Mose

Images have now emerged online showing Masoe taking his first unaided steps just eight months after learning he would never be able to walk again

Unsurprisingly, the clip instantly went viral with supporters around the world sharing the heartwarming story

« It was pretty terrifying at first, just because it’s a little different when you walk outside. There’s concrete, and if you fall you’re going to be badly injured, » Masoe told ITV News. / p>

« I always thought after 12 months I would probably walk with only one stick, and that’s what I had in mind But I just attacked it like any other injury I never had

« You need to spend time in rehab, and small steps will get you there

« One of the most important things I wanted to do was just hold my son and feed him like any other father, and I can do that now. I’m just happy that I can be that father for him « 

Max Sherry is a journalist for SPORTbible Australia After migrating Down Under from London as a teenager, he immediately fell in love with Australian sport and its culture From NRL to AFL, from cricket to rugby – you name it, Max is watching it (with a beer in hand, of course) During his time at Fox Sports he worked in the football department covering Premier League, A-League, Socceroos and Matildas Born a stone’s throw from West Ham’s training ground, Max is obviously a die-hard Liverpool fan

Mose Masoe

World News – UA – Mose Masoe takes his first unassisted steps since career-ending spine injury


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