Eamonn Holmes posted a health update revealing the cause of his chronic pain and sharing a video of him doing physical therapy.
The 61-year-old This Morning presenter has been plagued by pain for months.
And although he said he was “dependent on crutches,” he is on the mend.
– Eamonn Holmes (@EamonnHolmes) May 28, 2021
What did Eamonn Holmes share in his health update video?
Eamonn shared a video on social media website Twitter showcasing his grueling physical therapy regimen.
He titled the video: “Slipped Discs. Road to recovery. “
In the video, Eamonn said, “OK, so I’m still dependent on crutches.
“And the idea is to get rid of that, and the man who’s going to get rid of it for me is this man.”
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His smiling physiotherapist came into the picture and explained that Eamonn had gone through the “recovery phase” and was in the rehab phase.
The video then showed a selection of exercises that should strengthen his pelvic stability.
How did Eamonn say he was?
As Eamonn carefully walked through the exercises, he said, “It all looks very simple and it is very simple.
“Unless it’s like learning to walk again.
“I’ve lost my nerve in my right leg and there are certain actions that I can’t do. Even the simplest thing … it’s hard.
I’ve lost my nerve in my right leg and there are certain actions I can’t do, so even the simplest … it’s hard.
“But it’s getting better.”
Commenting on his treatment, Eamonn said, “Some of it is very pleasant.
“Not much of it, but I know he’s doing a good job.”
How did Eamonn’s followers react?
Eamonn’s followers soon got in touch to wish the star all the best.
“Oh my gosh, I didn’t realize how bad you were,” said one.
“I wish you all the best and hope that you and Ruth will soon release the light fantastically. Much love.”
Another wrote: “It looks like you are literally in very good hands, Eamonn.
“To your further recovery and freedom from pain.”
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A third commented, “I knew it was bad Eamonn when I read your tweets, but boy, I didn’t know it was that bad. Good luck in your work and recovery. “
Finally, one follower said, “Go ahead, Eamonn, you can do it. It will be worth it.
“Hold on. Small steps become big ones. “
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