Bunbury gymnast Beth Tweddle has begun rehab following a serious fall while she was taking part in Channel 4's The Jump.
The former Queen's School pupil had to undergo surgery to fuse two fractured vertebrae in her neck after injuring herself during training for the reality show, which saw a celebrity line-up take on bobsleigh, ski cross and snowboarding challenges.
Beth, 30, has been keeping fans up to date on her road to recovery by posting updates on Twitter along with the hashtag #onestepatatime.
She revealed her rehab is under way by sharing a photo of her training with an exercise ball, nearly three weeks since she was discharged from hospital in Austria.
The latest series of The Jump, which wrapped up on Sunday (March 6), has been plagued with injuries and faced calls for it to be axed amid safety fears.
But Channel 4 ordered the production company behind the show to reassess procedures in light of the number of casualties this year.