(CNN) - Former first lady Nancy Reagan has been released from a hospital after fracturing her pelvis during a fall at home last week, a spokeswoman said Friday.
Reagan, 87, returned to her Bel Air, California, home, spokeswoman Joanne Drake said.
Doctors expect a full recovery, prescribing a regimen of daily physical therapy and a reduced public schedule, Drake said in a written release.
The former first lady admitted herself to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center on Tuesday after experiencing what Drake described as "persistent pain."
Tests revealed a fractured pelvis and sacrum - the triangular bone within the pelvis.
She previously was hospitalized for two days in February after a fall.
President Reagan died in June 2004 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. Since his death, Nancy Reagan has remained involved with the national Alzheimer's Association and its affiliate, the Ronald and Nancy Reagan Research Institute in Chicago, Illinois. However, she has appeared in public only rarely in recent years.
Reagan expressed her thanks in the release Friday to all those who prayed for her and sent cards, flowers, phone calls and e-mails.
Get well soon Mrs. Reagan. I wish you well.
Such nasty comments here...Everyone should be ashamed.
Get well soon Mrs. Reagan. I hope you have a speedy recovery.
glad she is home-wishing her a fast and safe recovery.
Wishing Nancy Reagan a speedy recovery. I always admired and supported Ronald Regan. He is one of the greatest leaders this country has ever seen. We love you Mrs. Reagan.
Mama Regan, I, join fellow Americans to wish you a speedy recovery