Ozzy Osbourne recently went to Panama for stem cell therapy to continue his battle with Parkinson's and recover from a serious injury he suffered at home last year. His daughter, Kelly, said the results of the treatment were incredible and that Ozzy's symptoms were diminishing.
A metal legend revealed earlier this year that he was diagnosed with Parkinson's back in 2003, but due to a fall at home, he was forced to cancel his 2019 tour. After being disrupted by metal rods he had installed due to a previous injury, he had to undergo surgery spine.
Prior to the outbreak of the virus coronary pandemic, Ozzy had largely canceled his previously delayed 2020 North American tour so he could go for treatment. One of the treatments is a stem cell procedure.
“To see this progress after just one stem cell treatment is amazing,” Kelly told Entertainment Tonight. “He wants to get up, he wants to be active. He wants to be part of the world again. He walks better, tells better, his symptoms wither. He is restored to the muscle strength that is needed after a spinal injury. ”
Kelly added that Ozzy is finally ready to go back out into the world, but now he has to be home because of the COVID-19 pandemic. “It all goes back to old, and it gives us great hope. We are very grateful to the doctors who help him. He’s ready to get out of the house, and he can’t. He keeps telling me that he's been quarantined for two years and now that he's finally feeling better, the whole world is quarantined. “
Kelly also mentioned that their TV show, “The Osbournes”, was supposed to be renewed for the new season, but everything is currently stopped. “There's another generation of us now, and I think it's just a retrospective that shows where we are now versus where we've been. I think people really want to see that. ”
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