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Sharon Osbourne reveals husband Ozzy, 73, is ‘on road to recovery’ after undergoing spinal surgery

Sharon Osbourne has revealed that her husband Ozzy is ‘on the road to recovery’ after undergoing ‘major’ spine surgery this week.

The former X Factor judge, 69, claimed the singer, 73, is “doing well” after undergoing a major procedure Monday that could “determine the rest of his life” and has thanked everyone for their kind words.

In an update to her Instagram story on Tuesday, she wrote: ‘Our family would like to express so much gratitude for the overwhelming amount of love and support leading up to Ozzy’s surgery!

'Your love means the world to him': Sharon Osbourne revealed her husband Ozzy is 'on the road to recovery' after 'major' spine surgery this week

‘Your love means the world to him’: Sharon Osbourne revealed her husband Ozzy is ‘on the road to recovery’ after ‘major’ spine surgery this week

“Ozzy is well and on the way to recovery! Your love means the world to him.

A family source recently told: page six that the metal influencer would be going through a “prolonged recovery” that would likely require a home nurse for some time.

They said: ‘Ozzy is 73 and any kind of surgery as you get older is difficult,’ she added. ‘This is quite drastic. He has realigned the pins on his neck and back since he relapsed in 2019.’

Sharon had previously explained that the musician was en route to “a really big surgery.”

On the mend: The former X Factor judge, 69, claimed the singer, 73, is 'doing well' after undergoing a grueling procedure Monday that could 'determine the rest of his life'

On the mend: The former X Factor judge, 69, claimed the singer, 73, is ‘doing well’ after undergoing a grueling procedure Monday that could ‘determine the rest of his life’

Sharon had said on ‘The Talk’: “[Ozzy] has major surgery on Monday and I have to be there. It’s really going to define the rest of his life.’

Ozzy has Parkinson’s disease and previously suffered a nasty fall and dislodged metal bars in his spine after a quad bike accident in 2003.

In April, Piers Morgan asked the TV personality on TalkTV’s Piers Morgan Uncensored, ‘How’s Ozzy, my wonderful man?

“He’s just one of my favorite people in the world. I’ve been through the health wars a bit, how is he?’

Grateful: In her Instagram story from Tuesday, she wrote,

Grateful: In her Instagram story from Tuesday, she wrote, “Our family wants to express so much gratitude for the overwhelming amount of love and support leading up to Ozzy’s surgery!”

Sharon said the Black Sabbath rocker would like to return to England after his latest surgery.

She replied, ‘He is well, he is sending you his love. He has one more operation to do and then he can’t wait to come home.’

The talent manager recently admitted that she now has to care for Ozzy “a lot” due to his health problems.

Health issues: Ozzy has Parkinson's disease and previously suffered a nasty fall and dislodged metal bars in his spine after a quad bike accident in 2003 (pictured in 2020)

Health issues: Ozzy has Parkinson’s disease and previously suffered a nasty fall and dislodged metal bars in his spine after a quad bike accident in 2003 (pictured in 2020)

She said: ‘It’s very difficult, because the combination of the Parkinson’s and his accident, say for yourself, which one is this? Why is this happening? Why does that happen?’

Ozzy previously talked about the Parkinson’s diagnosis in a candid interview on US TV, admitting the condition is “just something else on my plate.”

He said, ‘Well, the only question from me was, ‘Is it a terminal illness?’, and the man says, ‘No, but life is’. “It’s just something else on my plate that I’m dealing with. I’m not at all concerned about it.’

PARKINSON’S: ​​THE INcurable nervous disease that affects millions of people

Parkinson’s disease affects one million Americans every year. It causes muscle stiffness, slowness of movement, tremors, sleep disturbances, chronic fatigue, reduced quality of life and can lead to severe disability.

It is a progressive neurological disorder that destroys cells in the part of the brain that controls movement.

Sufferers are known to have a reduced supply of dopamine because the nerve cells that cause it have died.

There is currently no cure and no way to stop the progression of the disease, but hundreds of scientific trials are underway to try to change that.

In the US, doctors largely regard it as one type of condition with different stages; early childhood Parkinson’s or atypical Parkinson’s.

In Europe, some doctors and researchers specify different types of the condition.

Treatment consists largely of medication. In some cases, doctors perform deep brain stimulation surgery to try to hit the nerves more directly.

Ozzy revealed in January 2020 that he had been diagnosed with parkin 2 – a form of Parkinson’s that he said causes nerve pain and leaves his legs cold.

In May he said: Classic rock magazine“I’m just waiting for another operation on my neck. I can’t walk well these days.

“I have physical therapy every morning. I’m a little better, but not nearly as eager as I’d like to be on the road again.’

Sharon’s Ozzy health update comes after it was reported that they had applied for permission to build a rehabilitation wing at their home in the UK.

The Crazy Train hitmaker has applied for green light to renovate his Buckinghamshire mansion.

The extension includes a self-contained nurse’s flat, ‘discreet handles and aids’ and ‘an abundance of stopping and sitting areas’.

The plans also include a ‘health and exercise studio’, an ‘orange pool house’ and a ‘garden room’.

Architect Lynne Walker wrote in the plans: ‘The ambition is for the design to create a transition from flowing interior gardens to the outdoors, largely lit by natural light with French doors providing views.’

A spokesperson for the Paranoid hitmaker has not yet commented on the renovation reports, but confirmed that Ozzy – who was badly injured after his fall at home three years ago – is gearing up for another surgery on his “back or neck.”

Sharon recently admitted that she now has “a lot” to care for Ozzy due to his health issues.

She said: ‘It’s very difficult, because the combination of the Parkinson’s and his accident, say for yourself, which one is this? Why is this happening? Why does that happen?’

Ozzy was previously diagnosed with parkin syndrome in 2005. It has similar symptoms to Parkinson’s.

Oh no: Ozzy was previously diagnosed with parkin syndrome in 2005.  It has similar symptoms to Parkinson's (pictured in 2010)

Oh no: Ozzy was previously diagnosed with parkin syndrome in 2005. It has similar symptoms to Parkinson’s (pictured in 2010)

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