The 45-year-old suffered serious injuries when she dislocated her shoulder, broke her arm and ruptured her ACL at the beginning of 2016 and pulled out of the series in February.
Earlier this week, the blonde star was pictured out and about in London using a stick to help her walk.
Sadly the injury has meant Tina has had to put her acting career on hold, and she even missed the chance to audition for popular ITV drama Broadchurch.
Tina Hobley is using a crutch to walk almost a year after her accident on The Jump
For much of the year I haven’t been able to drive, dress, wash my hair or have a bath unaided
“For much of the year I haven’t been able to drive, dress, wash my hair or have a bath unaided," the mother-of-three said recently.
"I’m very upset about not skiing with my children as I have been going for the last 30 years.
"It has been a really tough year, I’m not going to deny that.
"I hope I won’t be left with long-term problems," she added, according to The Mirror.
In March last year it was reported that Tina was thinking of claiming against the broadcaster and production company TwoFour.
The actress was spotted heading home after a night out in London with her husband
"Someone told me to jump and it wasn't safe to jump. So it wasn't an accident that was my fault. What happened was painful," she previously said of the incident.
Despite countless viewers complaining to Ofcom about the dangerous nature of the show, the regulator said that it would not be investigating The Jump, and dismissed complaints.
Tina was forced to pull out of the Channel 4 show shortly after it began in February last year
The Jump 2017
Tue, January 3, 2017
The Jump 2017: Reality stars Lydia Bright, Josie Gibson & Spencer Matthews join Olympic gymnast Louis Smith and model Vogue Williams on the slopes for their last UK training session before the show
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Louis Smith, Lydia Bright & Vogue Williams hit the ski slope
Tina dislocated her shoulder, broke her arm and ruptured her ACL on the Channel 4 show
"We noted that all participants in The Jump were consenting adults and were aware of the potential risk of injury when they decided to take part," a spokesperson said at the time.
The 2017 series of The Jump will begin on Channel 4 on Sunday, February 5.
Some of the famous faces confirmed so far include Paralympic gold medallist Kadeena Fox, reality star Josie Gibson and former Rugby player Gareth Thomas.