Carey Hart, Pink’s husband, had another major surgery.


Carey Hart, Pink’s husband, had another major surgery.

Pink’s husband, motorcycle racer Carey Hart, recently updated followers on his recuperation from yet another surgery on social media. He captioned a selfie of himself from his hospital bed that he shared with his 1.1 million Instagram followers, “Round 2, let’s do this!!!!” Hart underwent neck surgery at the age of 46. According to the Daily Mail, he received an M6 disc replacement, which is a technique in which an artificial disc is implanted in the spine to match its natural shape and movement.

In a video shared on his social media platforms, he praised the hospital staff for their care. It was not expected that he would be in the hospital for long. In a video, he explained, “I got to stay the night tonight.” “I’ve got a drain in my neck, and I’ll be out of here before morning time, on my way home.” Hart has undergone a number of major operations. He earlier stated that the surgeries were necessary because physicians suspected he had compressed his lower spine “at least 10 to 12 times.” His wife has been by him, assisting his carers.

“To my wonderful wife/nurse, who has taken excellent care of me throughout this ordeal. I adore you, sweetheart “When he was recovering, he said in a prior post. Hart and Pink have a 4-year-old son named Jameson and a 10-year-old daughter named Willow.

Throughout his career, he has sustained numerous injuries. For his injuries, he’s had at least eight procedures. In 2014, Hart underwent spinal surgery, a back treatment in 2019, and rotator cuff surgery in 2020.

“I’ve broken everything you could imagine,” he told Rolling Stone in 2014 when asked about his surgeries and injuries. However, this did not deter him from continuing to participate in the sport. “I can’t tell you how many times I’ve sat in the dirt, something broken, a bone protruding from my body, thinking to myself, “Why the f**k do I keep doing this?” However, you go to the hospital, where you are sewn or bolted back together, and then you go home to rest, and slowly you forget about the injury and begin to miss your motorcycle.”


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