Carrie Underwood is ''good to go'' after having a metal plate fitted in her wrist after she fell over and broke it last November.
Carrie Underwood is ''good to go'' after having a metal plate fitted in her wrist.
The 'Before He Cheats' hitmaker injured her wrist badly when she fell on some steps at her home back in November but she says she is doing much better now.
Giving fans on Instagram an update, she wrote alongside her X-ray: ''Last check up on the old wrist this morning!! Thanks, Dr. Wurth and my PT angel, Renee, a.k.a. ''Bulldog'' for fixing me up!!! I'm good to go! (sic)''
At the time, Carrie's representative revealed the singer has broken her wrist after a ''hard fall'' and was recuperating at home with her husband by her side.
They said in a statement: ''On Friday night, Carrie Underwood took a hard fall on some steps outside her home. While there were no life-threatening injuries, she was taken to the hospital to be treated. She sustained multiple injuries including a broken wrist and some cuts and abrasions from the fall.
''Fisher was able to make it back into town that night to be with her and she was released from the hospital. Her recovery will take some time and she appreciates all prayers and well wishes.''
A few days later Carrie said she is ''doing great'' after having surgery on her wrist.
Taking to Twitter, she wrote: ''I just wanted let everyone know that I'm doing great. Had surgery on my wrist yesterday & all went well ... even though I'll be setting off airport metal detectors from now on ... I'm so thankful for the doctors, nurses, family & friends who've been taking such great care of me. (sic)''
Carrie also revealed she had injured her face too.
She said: ''In addition to breaking my wrist, I somehow managed to injure my face as well. I'll spare you the gruesome details, but when I came out of surgery the night of my fall, the doctor told Mike [Fisher, Carrie's husband] that he had put between 40 and 50 stitches in.''
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