THE GHOST INSIDE's Guitarist Successfully Undergoes His Twelfth Surgery
The Ghost Inside just cannot catch a break, though there's another glimmer of hope for the band via guitarist Zach Johnson! Johnson successfully underwent his twelfth surgery last week, which included having the metal rod from his femur removed and replaced, the screws in his knee removed and replaced, and had a bone in his leg fused.
Seriously, these guys need to get better. This has been going on since November 2015 right after the bus crash.
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Surgery #12 is done. Not gonna lie, this one hurt like a bitch, but I hope it's the last. Took out the metal rod in my femur, the screws in my knee. Drilled out some bone from my right tibia, used a new incision in the middle of my leg to fuse that bone where my break was. New metal rod through the femur, metal plate over the fusion, new/bigger screws in my knee and hip. Hoping my hospital stay won't be too long! Thanks for all the well wishes.