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Carson Daly undergoes back surgery to relieve decades-long pain

Carson Daly has found relief from his decades-old back pain after undergoing a new, minimally invasive procedure. Daly talked about the FDA-approved process called Intracept, while today Show Thursday.

The procedure, which Daly did earlier this week, targets the basivertebral nerve and will “essentially cut out that phone call that goes down your back every time your mind goes down and you go ‘ouch.’ It’s just that. Not going to signal,” Daly explained.

The surgery took less than an hour and didn’t involve much downtime, the 48-year-old TV personality returned on Thursday to share an update with herself on the show. today co-host.

“I really feel better, and I’m glad I did,” he said. “It’s not a cure-all, but it was a step in my journey that I think is going to help.”

“Hopefully, this will help some people because there’s some new technology out there that definitely helps me relieve some of that sharp pain,” said the former MTV VJ.

While he will share more details about the process today The Next Week Show – including some clips of him going under the knife, Daly, who has opened up about his struggle with back pain, According to todaystemmed from a snowmobiling accident that happened while working for MTV in the ’90s.

“At the end of one of the shooting days, I was on a snowmobile being stopped by a ski patrol, and we got into an accident, like an accident,” he recalled. “I was knocked unconscious, and I was covered in snow in a little toboggan, not really feeling anything under my feet, one of those scary moments really.”

Daly eventually suffered a T12 compression fracture, of which he said: “The back injuries really aren’t that bad in the world.”

Doctors quickly told him that nothing had cut his spine, but that the pain was actually coming from “within the vertebrae.”

“The pain source isn’t really coming from those discs or vertebrae. It’s coming from within the vertebrae, he explained. At the time, the only option was to turn to a pain management strategy, which included prescription pain pills. But one After a bad reaction to the drug, Daly decided to use the pills only as a “last resort” and instead turned to physical therapy, yoga, massage, and cupping to deal with his pain over the years.

The pain grew over time, with Daly noting the toll that becoming a father took on him.

“(My back pain) affected my interactions with my family. It really is,” Daly, who shared 13-year-old son Jackson, and daughters Etta, 9, London, 7 and Goldie, 2, with wife Siri does. “I could still pick up my kids when they were little. … But one thing I love to do is just get off the ground and let them jump on me and roll around and play.”

“If you follow me all day long, you hear me. I’m like, ‘Oh, eh,’.” “It’s like I’m an old man, and it sucks because at times my son’s like, ‘Hey dad, let’s play basketball, or let’s go out and throw a ball.'”

The goal, Daly said, was he no longer wanted to be in pain, and while the procedure isn’t a cure-all, it has brought him one step closer.

“I don’t want to be in pain,” Daly insisted. “I want to play golf, I want to wrestle with my kids. I want to pick things up. I want to be better.”

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