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SportKarting teen returns to track after horror bone break

11:51  03 july  2019
11:51  03 july  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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The Claim: After Being Broken , Bones Can Become Even Stronger. As a result, there may be a brief period in the healing process when the fracture site As well as a broken gallow bone , the teenager also suffered whiplash in the race accident which required neck stretching exercises to resolve.

EXCLUSIVE: Aussie karting teen returns to track after horror bone break . Eryn took her X-rays back to Lismore Base Hospital where she had more scans that showed she had a vertical fracture in her hyoid bone , or as her GP told her the “gallow bone ” – named after the bone that would break when a

Karting teen returns to track after horror bone break© Facebook Eryn Osborne first noticed pain in her neck and back while on a six-hour drive home from Newcastle. Eryn Osborne lets out a gentle laugh as she recounts the advice her physiotherapist gave her the day she returned to the race track.

The 17-year-old from New South Wales north coast was given the all clear to race last month after spending almost five weeks on bed rest following a horror crash.

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“My physio did an assessment on me and he said give it a go but obviously try not (to crash),” she told nine.com.au.

It was Saturday, March 30 this year when Eryn competed in the Australian Kart Championships and crashed heavily into a kerb after an accident early in a race.

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Eryn Osborne lets out a gentle laugh as she recounts the advice her physiotherapist gave her the day she returned to the race track . The 17-year-old from New South Wales north coast was given the all clear to race last month after spending almost five weeks on bed rest following a horror crash.

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The Trinity College student was wearing a neck brace and helmet at the time of the crash, however the force of the impact shifted the brace upwards leaving her helmet strap momentarily choking.

Despite the seriousness of her injury, Eryn continued to race at the Newcastle meet and only realised something was wrong an hour into a six-hour drive home the following day.

The pain was so great Eryn and her family stopped at Lismore Base Hospital. On the Monday morning, she went for an X-ray on the advice of her physio. By Tuesday, she was given the grim news she had broken her throat bone.

Eryn took her X-rays back to Lismore Base Hospital where she had more scans that showed she had a vertical fracture in her hyoid bone, or as her GP told her the “gallow bone” – named after the bone that would break when a criminal was hanged.

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NSW go karting teen breaks throat bone during a championships. As well as a broken gallow bone , the teenager also suffered whiplash in the race accident which required neck stretching exercises to resolve.

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“No one really has heard of it, it’s extremely rare,” she said, adding that hospital staff had to phone around for a treatment plan for the injury.

As part of her recovery, she was put on five weeks’ bed rest and only allowed to eat soft foods so she wouldn’t need to chew. As well as a broken gallow bone, the teenager also suffered whiplash in the race accident which required neck stretching exercises to resolve.

A month after the accident, Eryn had a follow-up scan which showed a small improvement in the fracture. Recent scans have revealed the bone has fused but is slightly out of place. Eryn, who says she has no pain following the accident, is now being treated by a chiropractor.

“I made it to South Australia,” she said of her planned return to this year’s Australian Kart Championships.

“We didn’t go as well as we hoped, after not being in the kart for so long. I was pretty nervous, I didn’t know if my neck was going hold up.”

Despite her remarkable recovery, Eryn’s return to the track has been bittersweet. Financial pressures have meant she is unable to train and race regularly after eight years behind the wheel.

“I’m still looking and still planning to get back on the track,” Eryn said.

“I still have my kart. To be able to get on the track I need to get more financial backing to race and practice.

“I’d love to move into any sort of car racing. I do have a sponsor for MARC Cars Australia to help me get into (supercars) at the moment. So, I might move to cars sooner.”

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