Years after the premiere of Dirty Dancing, Grey kept dancing. She even triumphed in 2011’s Dancing with the Stars competition. She was concerned that she wouldn’t be able to finish the dance show because she was in “awful pain” at the end of it.

“She called me in tears and distress the morning of the finals. She described her interaction with neck surgeon Dr. Robert Bray as being extremely painful at the time.

Since suffering a neck injury in a serious automobile collision in 1987, the celebrity had been dealing with chronic pain.

But the night before, she had slipped a disc, and she was in terrible pain just before her performance.

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Grey acknowledged that before the competition, she doubted her dancing ability.

When the tissue covering your spine presses against the nerves, it results in a slipped disc, also referred to as a herniated or ruptured disc.

Only around the time of the presentation was the full extent of her problems, which included a troubling thyroid malignancy she had been dealing with for years.

She said, “My doctor examined my spine and said not only shouldn’t I be in a car, you’re lucky you’re not paralysed, your head is hanging off my spine, and this is why you’ve been in pain for 20 years. “I later found out I had cancer, and it had been there for four and a half years. “.

For the celebrity’s benefit, steroid injections to lessen the pain brought on by the slipped disc allowed her to participate in the final.

The dances were so brief that she was cleared for the final one the day after inspection because of it.

Overall, 2010 will be remembered as a particular year. The celebrity underwent four different neck operations in that year.

In the first, a plate was put in her neck to treat cancer, and in the second, her thyroid was removed to treat cancer.

The NHS states that a slipped disc can result in lower back pain, tingling or numbness in the shoulders, and back pain.

You may have trouble straightening your back, have muscle wasting, and have leg, hip, or buttock pain if the disc is pressing on the sciatic nerve.

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Additionally, the health organization provides advice on how to lessen the discomfort brought on by a slipped disc.

It advises taking ibuprofen and paracetamol, but the latter is unlikely to be effective for back pain.

Being active is also advised.

You might need to take some time to unwind if the discomfort is severe. The NHS advises you to begin light exercise right away because it will hasten your recovery.

“It doesn’t matter what kind of exercise you do; gradually increase your level of activity. “.