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Eamonn Holmes has revealed he feels as though progress is happening after suffering from chronic back pain, which resulted in him visiting the hospital.
The presenter, who will be returning to This Morning with wife Ruth Langsford, told his followers he was feeling better after a physio session.
The 61 year old tweeted: "First physio session of the day finished. Best one yet. Feels like progress happening.
"Energy really flowing. Let's hope it stays that way," he said alongside a praying hands emoji.
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Eamonn's relieved fans rushed to comment on the Tweet and share their support for the dad-of-four.
One follower gushed: "Fantastic eamon, day by day, little by little you are doing great," with as thumbs up emoji.
Another Twitter user expressed: "Eamonn, I'm positively visualising you being completely recovered and smiling.
"Don't even let the thought of giving up enter your head. You will get there. Lots of love xxxx."
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A third said: "Good to hear Eamonn. I used to be sceptical about physio but I can confirm that it does indeed work! Keep going."
While a fourth fan added: "Everything crossed for you Eamonn nothing worse than being in constant pain x."
The television personality previously said his pain won't stop him from appearing on This Morning next week and told his fans he would have a clearer picture of what's causing the pain soon.
Clearly unable to sleep, he penned on Twitter at 1:37am: "Will have clearer picture of what's causing my pain tomorrow but just to say folks like so many of you I've lived with variations of Chronic pain for years.
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"Don't allow it to stop me working & next week I'd like to be a voice for many of u & discuss the subject on @thismorning." [sic]
The broadcaster, who shared a rare snap with his lookalike son, also thanked his fans as he wrote: "In the meantime I am proud that my experience has given you a voice and I'm humbled by your various and different experiences & your kindess to me.
"If between us we can get more solutions more understanding and more resources directed towards CP then that would be a result." [sic]
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