‘Surgery complete… the general anaesthetic was AWESOME’: The Body Coach Joe Wicks updates fans on his successful wrist operation… as he shares selfie from his hospital bed

  • The fitness guru underwent surgery on his wrist after suffering an infection
  • He assured fans the operation was a success after waking up from surgery 
  • Joe said he woke up with his hand ‘feeling like magma’ on Friday morning
  • Joe initially underwent minor surgery for his injured hand in late March 

Joe Wicks has revealed he has woken up after undergoing a second operation on his wrist at Kingston Hospital in London on Saturday.

The Body Coach, 33, covered his face with a sunglasses filter as he spoke to the camera on his Instagram Story after coming around following surgery. 

Joe joked that the anaesthetic was ‘awesome’ and told followers that he didn’t feel a thing while medics operated on his injured hand.

Road to recovery: Joe Wicks has revealed he has woken up after undergoing a second operation on his hand at Kingston Hospital in London on Saturday

Joe then showed his followers his bandaged hand which he joked look liked a ‘golf ball’, as he revealed doctors had managed to clear up the infection. 

Writing on the post, Joe said: ‘Surgery complete. Wires all out. Infection cleaned up. They gave me a general anaesthetic which was awesome so didn’t feel a thing and was sparko.’

The father-of-two was lying in a hospital bed wearing a gown as he revealed he had his surgery ‘early doors’ and praised the surgeons for doing a ‘great job’.

On Friday, Joe revealed his injured hand has put him in hospital again after fears he had broken it again.

Well done! The Body Coach, 33, covered his face with a sunglasses filter as he spoke to the camera on his Instagram Story after coming around following surgery

The fitness guru initially underwent minor surgery for his injured hand in late March, days after launching his hugely popular daily P.E lessons and had been seen sporting a cast in the classes ever since.

Joe had been for a check-up on Thursday but woke on Friday and admitted that he ‘had the worst nights sleep of his life’ after his hand began to ‘throb and pulsate like liquid hot magma.’

Taking to Instagram, he explained that medics decided not to take the wires that were surgically inserted into his hand to help his injury heal. 

Despite his injury, Joe honoured his daily P.E lesson and later admitted himself to hospital as the pain became unbearable and was told he would have to undergo surgery, but thankfully the hand wasn’t broken.

He shared: ‘Great news. Bones have healed. Wires haven’t broke but the soft tissue is inflamed and possibly infected. They are operating today and removing the wires.

‘They’ve given me some strong painkillers which have taken the edge off it’.  

Injured: Joe revealed his injured hand has left him in hospital after fears he had broken it again

Admitted: He had been for a check-up on Thursday but woke on Friday and admitted that he ‘had the worst nights sleep of his life’ after his hand began to ‘throb and pulsate like liquid hot magma’ 

Later speaking to his camera, the fitness guru, who was now in a hospital gown, explained they were unable to do the minor operation but were scheduling him for Saturday instead.

The YouTuber remained positive despite the situation and admitted he was happy to spend the night in hospital in order to have him back to full health sooner.

He said: ‘They aren’t able to do the operation today, they have other patients in the queue, they’re a bit slower with certain things so I’m staying tonight. They’re going to give me some nice morphine, and some antibiotics on the drip-a-roo.

‘And in the morning, hopefully first thing, I’ll be getting the wires out. I tell you what this infection is no joke, I’ve had codeine up to my eyeballs. They gave me liquid morphine, it ain’t taking the edge off it. It’s throbbing.’

Difficult: Earlier on Friday morning, the YouTuber explained he thought he has ‘broken his hand again’

Not very ice: In the clip, he soak his injured had in a pot of ice before honouring his P.E. class later that morning

Thankful: He was thankful that he hadn’t broken his hand again but would have to go under the knife again

In another snap uploaded to his stories of his hospital stay, he said: ‘I’ve got a drip of liquid paracetamol. That is absolutely fantastic. Paracetamol IV saves the day for now, almost instant effect and on the pain.

‘So glad I’m staying here tonight. I woke up all night last night as it was throbbing and pulsating like liquid hot magma. Thanks for all your well wishes. Gonna get a good nights sleep I think.’

Joe initially underwent minor surgery for his injured hand in late March, days after launching his hugely popular daily P.E lessons and had been seen sporting a cast in the classes ever since.

Joe shared the news after receiving questions from worried fans when he wore a wrist support during a live workout.

Hospital stay: Joe shared a video of himself in hospital ready to go in for surgery

Support: He thanks his followers for their well wishes 

Sharing a snap of his injured hand, Joe wrote on March 26: ‘If you’re wondering why I’ve got a black wrist support on. I fell off my bike.’

‘Broke a bone in my hand,’ he added and pointing to the back of his hand just above his wrist, he said: ‘Having a wire put in here tomorrow.’

A week later, he was spotted leaving his home where he has been self-isolating amid the coronavirus pandemic, to go to hospital to have the cast changed on his arm.

Injured: Joe revealed he’s suffered a nasty injury in March, after launching his hugely popular daily P.E lessons amid the coronavirus crisis

Ouch: The Body Coach shared a photo of his bruised hand and revealed he was undergoing minor surgery for it

Up until last month, he had been wearing his arm in a bandage following an operation on the break in which a wire was put in, and he said he would continue teaching PE, but wouldn’t do any push-ups.

He said at the time: ‘I was out on my bike last Saturday, I fractured a bone in my hand’It’s okay, I just can’t do any push-ups or press-ups or burpees but I’m sure you’ll be happy about that because it means no burpees for you. I’ll be here for as long as you need me.’ 

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