ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - Amy Van Dyken-Rouen is already working hard in her rehab at Craig Hospital in Englewood.
Friday morning she posted a picture of herself drinking coffee to start her day.
"Working so hard here at craig I sleep like a rock," Van Dyken-Rouen wrote. "That means.. COFFEE STAT! #happyFriday."
Van Dyken-Rouen was paralyzed in an ATV crash on June 6 in Scottsdale, Arizona. She and her husband, former Broncos punter Tom Rouen, were riding ATV's when Amy hit a curb and went down an embankment. She was flown from Scottsdale to Craig Hospital on Wednesday.
Thursday, she was already up in her wheelchair and moving around the hospital. She posted a photo on Instagram showing her sitting up in a brace at a table, eating lunch.
"Up and out and about for lunch," Van Dyken-Rouen wrote. "Having a great day! Don't want a speeding tix on 1st day."
She posted a second photo showing her sitting in a wheelchair with Kaizen, a therapy dog from Canine Companions for Independence (CCI).
"Her [sic] I am with my new buddy Kaizen," Van Dyken-Rouen wrote. "He gave good doggie kisses. #cci"