Eamonn Holmes documents his way to recovery after dislocating his pelvis

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In March he was diagnosed with a dislocated pelvis and three intervertebral discs.

And Eamonn Holmes explained his road to recovery to his followers on Friday during his health battle, after previously revealing he suffered from “ chronic pain. ”

The TV host, 61, said his painful recovery from the disc is like ‘learning to walk again’ as he continues to rely on crutches to walk.

Recovery: Eamonn Holmes explained his road to recovery to his social media followers on Friday after his chronic health struggle

The star who recently depended on the walking aids is now focusing on his rehab and decided to give his fans a glimpse of his recovery on Twitter.

Shockingly, Eamonn revealed that he has lost nerves in his right leg as a result of the injury.

Dressed in all-black sportswear, Eamonn said, “Okay, I’m still dependent on crutches and the idea is to get rid of these and the guy who will get rid of this for me is this guy James Davis!”

James Davis, the presenter’s physical therapist, said he has “been treating Eamonn for a few weeks,” and “he is now in the rehabilitation phase” of his recovery.

Chronic Pain: The TV host, 61, said his painful recovery from the disc is like 'learning to walk again'

Chronic Pain: The TV host, 61, said his painful recovery from the disc is like ‘learning to walk again’

Rehab: The star who recently depended on crutches now focuses on his rehab and decided to give his fans a glimpse of his recovery on Twitter

Rehab: The star who recently depended on crutches now focuses on his rehab and decided to give his fans a glimpse of his recovery on Twitter

The Northern Ireland star said: ‘This all looks very simple and it is very simple, except it’s like learning to walk again.’

“I’ve lost the nerves in my right leg and there are certain actions I can’t do, even the simplest is hard, but it’s getting better.”

The video showed Eamonn exercising in his backyard, trying different exercises to strengthen and stabilize his pelvis, as well as the muscles around his lumbar spine.

The clip also shows the This Morning host lying on a treatment table and getting a massage.

Awful: Eamonn shockingly revealed that he has lost nerves in his right leg as a result of the injury

Awful: Eamonn shockingly revealed that he has lost nerves in his right leg as a result of the injury

Getting There: James Davis, the presenter's physiotherapist, said he's `` been treating Eamonn for a few weeks, '' and `` he's now in the rehab phase '' of his recovery

Getting There: James Davis, the presenter’s physiotherapist, said he’s “ been treating Eamonn for a few weeks, ” and “ he’s now in the rehab phase ” of his recovery

‘The entire recovery path has so many aspects. James is in charge and you know, he has me here on the treatment table. Some of it is quite enjoyable.

‘Not much, but I know he’s doing well and do you think we’re making progress? A lot of! That shows how bad I was in the first place.

But the treatment table and its magic hands are very important. ‘

At the end of the short video, Eamonn was seen wearing compression stockings, which promote circulation to nourish nerve endings in his legs.

“To end the day or the session, I put on my socks!” he shared. ‘These are pressure socks, don’t worry, I’m perfectly safe in them.

“These are used by many elite athletes to aid the healing process … In the meantime, it’s so comfortable that I think I’ll only do 45 minutes and maybe fall asleep.”

Progress: The video showed Eamonn exercising in his backyard, trying various exercises to strengthen and stabilize his pelvis, as well as the muscles around his lumbar spine.

Progress: The video showed Eamonn exercising in his backyard trying different exercises to strengthen and stabilize his pelvis as well as the muscles around his lumbar spine.

Relax: At the end of the short video, Eamonn was seen in pressure socks, which promote circulation to nourish nerve endings in his legs

Relax: At the end of the short video, Eamonn was seen in pressure socks, which promote circulation to nourish nerve endings in his legs

Last month, Eamonn shared how circulation boosters helped him “ get back out ” in daily activities.

According to The sun, Eamonn said of the treatment, “I had some trouble waking up before and after double hip surgery.”

In addition to using the circulation booster, Eamonn has relieved his pain with physical therapy and ice-cold showers, which left him feeling ‘invigorated’ in the midst of his health problems.

Eamonn first spoke about his dislocated pelvis in March and recently had an MRI scan to get further tests after he left chronic pain.

Getting better: Last month, Eamonn shared how circulation boosters have helped him 'get back outside' in daily activities

Getting better: Last month, Eamonn shared how circulation boosters have helped him ‘get back outside’ in daily activities

Recently, Eamonn explained how a dislocated pelvis started his chronic health struggle while waiting for the results of an MRI scan because his pain has escalated.

He joked in an interview with the Irish Independent that his injury is “not nearly as erotic as it sounds.”

He told the publication, ‘I’ve mysteriously dislocated my pelvis and I don’t know how – it’s not as erotic as it sounds. My back is out of alignment as a result. ‘

The Belfast resident went on to say that since he talked about his debilitating pain on social media, he found it ‘absolutely terrifying’ about the number of people also living with chronic pain.

“Nobody knows what it is like unless they live with someone who has it.” he said. ‘I am in tremendous pain and nobody knows how to stop it.

‘This hurts a lot and I have to find a way to overcome it. It’s been a month and I feel like I can’t remember what life was like without the pain. ‘

Shocking: The Belfast resident further revealed that as he talked about his debilitating pain on social media, he found it 'absolutely scary' that the number of people also living with chronic pain

Shocking: The Belfast resident further revealed that as he talked about his debilitating pain on social media, he found it ‘absolutely scary’ that the number of people also living with chronic pain

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