Kevin Sorbo

October 4, 2011 by staff 

Kevin SorboKevin Sorbo, Kevin Sorbo Neurology Now has revealed he suffered a series of blows, while the 1990 series starring the “Hercules,” the Hollywood Reporter.

“I felt like I had been transformed overnight from a young athlete, carefree, someone who needs to understand the backs of chairs and counters an arduous journey of five yards to the bathroom,” says Sorbo of your health problem .

In 1997, the actor began to receive mysterious symptoms – pain, pain, tingling and coldness in his left arm and hand. After 38 years of age, was examined by a doctor, but “did not believe it was anything serious,” said Kevin.

But after getting his neck broken by your chiropractor for a long time, Sorbo had blurred vision, dizziness and heard a buzzing sound in the head. When he awoke the next day, the actor found his speech was drawn and he could barely walk.

Hospital tests revealed an aneurysm in an artery near his shoulder. “I had all the locks on my arm that were making my fingers cold, tingling, numbness,” he said.

After undergoing a surgical procedure to correct the aneurysm, Sorbo learned that three shots had been different. The cause of the shock is still unknown.

“I went through two years of hell before I started feeling like myself again,” he shared that deal with medical problems. “I was depressed and frustrated and had a bad attitude.”

But Sorbo was supported by the “Hercules”, the producers, who have worked around their recovery. The show ran from 1995 to 1999.

The actor, now 53, is married and has three children. He described his health struggles in a new book, “The true strength: My trip to mere mortal Hercules, and like almost dying saved my life.”

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