In May of 2015, Indy 500 driver James Hinchcliffe crashed his race car while doing a practice lap. The collision sent a piece of the car’s suspension hurtling through his body, doing serious damage to his pelvis and glutes.
While Hinchcliffe was being rushed to the hospital, he had to be given 22 units of blood, twice the amount his body normally holds. He endured several surgeries, followed by months of convalescence.
It was the kind of crash that could have ended his career—but Hinchcliffe had two things in his favor: his fighting spirit, and the support of his trusted massage therapist, Karen Wiltrout, L.M.T.
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