The star was injured in a serious collision in Hollywood last week, with a witness describing "tons and tons of blood everywhere" and that one of Bialik's fingers was "almost completely severed".
Bialik was checked by doctors, but ultimately returned to her series The Big Bang Theory the next day.
She has since provided an update to her condition on her official blog, where the actress revealed that she is making a slow recovery.
"I had a horrible accident. I will be okay. I have all my fingers but a very impaired right hand. It was very bloody and scary but I am ok," she wrote. "A man named Tim and another man whose name I don't know saved me from losing a lot of blood and helped me talk to my husband at the scene. I am grateful to them."
Bialik also touched on how her strong Jewish faith helped her survive the potentially-fatal crash.
"I am a deeply religious person who used prayer and deep breathing to keep me going all the way from the accident to the ER to surgery 6 hours later, no medication until surgery," she wrote.
Bialik added of her recovery: "I will be continuing on The Big Bang Theory with no weeks off; they are so good to me and I love my job and the support I get from my buddies on the cast and our loving staff and crew.
"I implore you to not trust gossip media. And don't support publications who use photos from photographers hiding in my driveway. That's just not cool."
Bialik previously tweeted that she is very "grateful" for the support of her Big Bang Theory cast and crew.
The actress recently earned a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for her portrayal of Amy Farrah Fowler on the CBS series.
Watch Mayim Bialik discuss The Big Bang Theory with Digital Spy below: