Singing icon Madonna is hoping to heave a sigh of relief in the upcoming days. The singer, after cancelling her music tour dates due to terrible pain, had undergone some high-end medical treatment, hoping to get relief from it. Taking to her Instagram handle, she posted a video of this entire medical treatment that she is undergoing right now. Seen in the video is her doctor and her daughters Stella and Estere. The doctor in charge of Madonna’s treatment is Jean Michel Ete.
As per reports in aceshowbiz.com, the blood treatment which the singer is undergoing is called Autohemotherapy rehab fix, where the patient’s blood is mixed with ozone gas and pumped back into the patient’s body via a drip. She captioned this video as, “Madame rehab part 2 Infusing the blood.............Vitamin drip..............Tibetan bowls........singing and meditation. .............. Felt amazing afterwards !!. #madamextheatre #estere #stella @drmatea @jeanmichelete” Her daughters are seen standing next to her when the doctor extracts blood from her veins and then eagerly watching the following procedure as well. ALSO READ: Madonna Prepping For An Ice Bath Is A Grand Affair As She Treats Multiple Injuries After Her Last Show In LA
The video was posted by the singing sensation on Thursday on her social media handle. So far she has cancelled 3 shows of her Madame X Tour, which were scheduled to take place in Boston and Massachusetts around the weekend. Informing her fans about her pain and taking a break so that springs back in action stronger and better, she wrote on her social media handle, “The pain I'm in right now is overwhelming and I must rest and follow doctors orders so I can come back stronger and better.”
After completing her medical treatment she is likely to perform at the Metropolitan Opera House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the upcoming weekend.
Image Source: Instagram/madonna
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