He was diagnosed with a dislocated pelvis last March and
And Eammon Holmes, 63, took to on Wednesday to share with his 1M followers an update following his recent health troubles.
The host revealed that despite physiotherapy, he continues to find his lack of mobility stops him from doing simple things and is forced to rely on others, which he described as ‘soul destroying’.
Update: Eammon Holmes, 63, took to Twitter on Wednesday to share with his 1M followers an update on his health after a battle with chronic pain
He wrote: ‘Worked hard at my physio this morning, universitas pertamina very tiring but I’ve now sat on my backside for 5 hours and feel bad about doing nothing.
‘Lack of mobility & depending on others stops me doing really simple things.For peace of mind I feel another round of foot exercises coming on.’
Racing to the comments sections, fans sent their best wishes to the host and hoped for his quick recovery.
One wrote: ‘Hope you’re feeling better soon Eamonn, you’re missed on television’ and another agreed, adding: ‘Small steps, keep going and wishing you all the best’.
Sad: The GB news host revealed that despite physio he continues to find his lack of mobility stopping him from doing simple things which he called ‘soul destroying’
Update: He wrote: ‘Worked hard at my physio this morning, very tiring but I’ve now sat on my backside for 5 hours and feel bad about doing nothing’
While another said: ‘Keep doing your exercises, I know it’s hard but you’ll get there.’
A fourth wrote: ‘As the sing says “One day at a Time” you can do little exercises sitting as well, god’s speed back to a bit of normal health, Eamonn remember it’s a marathon not a sprint’.
A fifth said: ‘I feel your pain I had 6 months of physio 2 hours a night 5 a week.I hared relying on folk ….but one thing was NO one will ever understand how aful physio is and how exhausting.
To which Eamonn replied: ‘Relying [on people] is soul destroying’.
Comments: Fans rushed to offer the host their best wishes, with Eamonn describing his situation to one follower as ‘soul destroying’
party last week.
Taking to Instagram on Friday, the TV host appeared in good spirts as he beamed for a photo with Piers, writing in the caption it was a ‘big step forward’ for him.
Eamonn cut a dapper figure in a grey suit, teamed with a crisp white shirt and shiny brown shoes.
He penned: ‘Big step forward for me tonight – literally.Got myself to a Christmas gathering hosted by Piers. Felt really good being out and mixing. Better than medicine. Happy Christmas everyone.’
Outing: Eamonn continued to walk with the aid of crutches amid his recovery as he attended Piers Morgans star-studded Christmas party last week
Eamonn recently admitted that fracturing his shoulder in a fall is a ‘massive setback’ but revealed that he’s improving ‘day by day’ and remaining positive thanks to messages from fans.
Speaking about his injury, the Breakfast show anchor discussed the ‘amazing’ NHS workers he have been taking care of him throughout his ordeal.
Eamonn told GB News of fracturing his shoulder during the fall: ‘It was a massive setback and means I’m going to need to take some extra time off to get myself better.
Agony: Eamonn recently fractured his shoulder after a nasty fall at his Surrey home just weeks after undergoing spinal surgery (pictured earlier this year)
‘It’s been a hellish few weeks.But day by day I’m improving and I am remaining positive and trying to look on the bright side.’
‘I can’t say a big enough thank you to everyone who has sent me lovely messages, they’ve really cheered me up and kept me going.’
Praising the NHS, Eamonn added: ‘Also, I really must say a heartfelt thank you to the doctors and nursing staff who have been looking after me.They all are amazing. God bless.’