Share Your Story With Teammates in Recovery

DePuy Synthes and Teammates in Recovery would like to hear from you. Sharing your story of resilience and recovery in the face of traumatic injury can help others learn from your journey and encourage them to keep going forward.

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In 800 words or less, tell us your inspirational recovery story from traumatic injury. Thought starters:

  • Briefly tell us about your traumatic injury. What happened, and what was the recovery process like?
  • What role did mental and emotional health and well-being play in your recovery journey?
  • Who were the key players on your support team? How did having a support team aid in your recovery?
  • What resources helped you the most in your recovery?
  • What gave you hope or motivation throughout recovery?
  • What would you say to someone who is currently recovering from a traumatic injury?
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Disclaimers

Alex Smith has been compensated for his time working on the Teammates in Recovery campaign. Thoughts and opinions expressed are his own and not reflective of DePuy Synthes or Johnson & Johnson. Individuals in images are portrayals and not real survivors of traumatic injuries.

It takes a team to recover from a traumatic injury. While everyone's injury and recovery are different, the need for support is a common thread, and that's why it's important to surround yourself with a strong and caring team led by a trusted healthcare professional. The material on this site is intended only as educational information, and it is not intended to be taken as medical advice. If you need medical advice or have questions about your treatment or condition, we urge you to speak with your healthcare professional. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, dial 911. Consult your doctor or contact a national crisis hotline if you need mental or emotional support.