Eamonn Holmes Opens Up About His Struggle With Persistent Back Pain

Spine Injury

In a regrettable incident in Surrey, South East England, well-known television presenter Eamonn Holmes sustained severe back injuries following a fall at his home about a year ago. The mishap took place during the recovery phase after the 63-year-old underwent spinal surgery to address chronic back pain, which commenced two years ago.

The GB News breakfast show anchor’s injuries included a dislocated pelvis, three slipped discs, and a trapped sciatic nerve, which have significantly impacted his mobility and daily life. Despite his challenges, Holmes is determined to maintain an active lifestyle, pushing through pain-saturated days with the support of those around him. The severity of his condition has not only reduced his mobility but also introduced an overwhelming sense of frustration due to his limited capabilities.

In an open-hearted discussion on the ‘Let’s Start Talking’ podcast, hosted by Coleen Nolan and sponsored by Co-op Funeralcare, Holmes expressed his discontent with his current physical state and the effort it takes to complete routine tasks. He shared his experiences and the ongoing battles with his condition, highlighting the invaluable assistance he receives from his family and close ones, particularly his wife, Ruth Langsford. Langsford, a television personality on ‘Loose Women,’ has been monumental in providing him with affection and unwavering support throughout his ordeal.

Source: Yahoo News UK

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