Robbie's surgery has been going incredibly well, blowing away the doctors left and right with his recovery progress. Robbie got the chance to head out west to spend some time with his new team at their fitness testing in Vancouver before going back home for a second surgery. The surgery was successful, but posed some new challenges for Robbie to work through.
Three months post surgery and Robbie continues to do the impossible. Walking, biking, lunging, balancing. None of this was suppose to happen this fast. But Robbie had other plans. On top of making serious ground at physio, he's been keeping very busy spending every day at the gym working on his upper body and getting back to one of his passions growing up: paddling.
Check it all out in Episode 2 of "Robbie's Rebound"
In June of 2015 Robbie Andison, a 17 year old member of the Canadian National Mogul Team suffered an extreme knee injury. The prospect of a full comeback to mogul skiing was uncertain.
With the help of his doctor's, surgeons, physios, etc, Robbie is well on his way to being back where he belongs, on a mogul course. Just one month post surgery he began to blow away the doctors with the speed of his recovery. Robbie is working incredibly hard and continues to show the doctors that he's ahead