Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., will return to Washington, D.C., on Monday after he was allegedly assaulted by a neighbor 10 days ago.

“Kelley and I want to thank everyone once again for your thoughts and prayers for my recovery. While I’m still in a good deal of pain, I will be returning to work in the Senate today, ready to fight for liberty and help move forward with tax cuts in the coming days and weeks,” Paul tweeted Monday.

Paul's neighbor, Rene Boucher, is accused of tackling him to the ground Nov. 3 while the senator was doing yard work. The two share a property line.

Paul suffered six broken ribs and fluid buildup around his lungs.

Boucher, a retired anesthesiologist, pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor assault during a court appearance last week. His lawyer said the altercation didn’t have anything to do with politics, and Boucher and Paul have reportedly been involved in an ongoing dispute over leaf and grass clippings.

But Paul’s neighbors dismissed the notion the attack was driven by their landscaping feud, and social media postings indicate Boucher was fiercely opposed to President Trump and the GOP.

Boucher faces up to a year in jail for the fourth-degree assault.