Gonna take a bit more time then. After 8 operations on my legs, ankles, and feet, along with an experimental bone growth try, plenty of hardware, and experiments, that is why they call the medical profession a "practice". That is what they really do...Practice.
Just lie back and spend the downtime with brain work on bikes. Once you get the ok to cut out of the hospital, you can do like I did for a spell. I crawled around to get things accomplished. Eventually, I started bearing some weight on them again. Took me years to get upright and I am very limited to how long I can stay upright, but.....I can piss like i used to and I will be a ridin me bikes again...soon !
I feel very lucky to be where I am right now. I was told by all of the so called experts, even the ones at the renowned Cleveland Clinic, that I was wheelchair bound for life. Still need that chair every so often but I'm not bound to it.
I also feel super blessed because some of the best folks I know have much less physical capabilities than I do. Yet they never let that pose a problem for them. They adjusted to their infirmities and pushed on. Like me, none of these folks were born this way. Amazing what you can do when you put your mind to it. Keep your spirits high Bro. Wih deepest respect, Pa