Beth Tweedle is still recovering from her injury on The Jump with rehab "every day".
Beth had to be airlifted to hospital back in February after falling during practice for the live shows of the Channel 4 series, hitting a crash barrier.
She was forced to have surgery on her back which left temporarily unable to walk on her own.
Since then it's been a slow recovery for Beth who's been in rehab every day and now has a psychologist to also help her.
Speaking on BBC's The One Show, the former Olympic gymnast admitted: "It's hard to talk about it.
"I'm using a psychologist. I didn't panic at the time. It was when I flew back to the UK.
"I realised the journey I'd have to go on - the recovery phase, rehab, surgeons, physics. People couldn't realise how serious it was. I couldn't even deal with it."
She added: "It's been a long road - rehab every day."
Beth was one of a number of celebs who were forced out of this year's series with injuries.
Alongside Beth, others who had to quit the show included Mark-Francis Vandelli who fractured his ankle, Tina Hobley who dislocated her elbow and broke her arm, Rebecca Adlington who dislocated her shoulder and Sarah Harding who injured her knee.
It was reported that Channel 4 had decided to axe the show after the 'cursed' third series but a spokesperson insisted that no decision had been made.