Grant Denyer, 41, is out of hospital nearly two months after he was injured at home.
The Dancing With The Stars co-host is resting at home with his family, after he was diagnosed with an Annular Fissure (torn disc) back in March.
On Thursday, Grant’s wife, Chezzi, 39, shared a heartwarming update on his painful condition via Instagram.
After just over a week, he’s out of the Sports Physiotherapy Hospital And home!!,’ she captioned a photo of the TV presenter with his two-year-old daughter Scout.
In March, Gold Logie award-winner, Grant, was injured at home while doing routine work on the family farm.
‘Not real fair, but then that is life. At least we now know what we’re dealing with now. Annular Fissure or ruptured / torn disc,’ Chezzi wrote on Instagram at the time.
‘It’s been quite a number of years since I’ve seen my hubby in so much pain.. OUCH! A big thanks to everyone for all the beautiful well wishes.
‘We will get there and until then, know we’re so grateful for all the love! And I should add, this was not a racing accident. Grant has been hammering in some stakes down our paddock to hold up new trees that were blowing in the wind when it happened!’
Grant was later forced to pull out of his Dancing With The Stars hosting duties due to his injury, and he later revealed on his 2DayFM breakfast show exactly how the accident occurred.
‘I was down the paddock mate with my Akubra on, my flannos’ [flannelette shirt], just slamming away on a star picket with a huge sledgehammer and twang – away it went,’ Grant told listeners.
Grant’s co-host Ed Kavalee then asked: ‘So, you were trying to hammer something into the ground with a mallet?’
‘Yes. I’m trying to grow some trees and these trees need to be held up by posts,’ Grant replied.
Last month, he returned to his DWTS hosting duties just in time for the finale, but he immediately went back to hospital due to severe pain.
‘He has decided to take a further two weeks off all work to be admitted to a Sports Physiotherapy Recovery Hospital to attempt to recover from his injury,’ Chezzi explained in an Instagram post.
It comes two years after he was involved in a horrific car crash during the Australian Tarmac Rally Championship in Marysville, Victoria.
The former Sunrise weatherman had previously been hurt behind the wheel in 2008, fracturing his back during a motorsport event.
He was placed in ICU and spent months recovering in hospital after attempting to jump a car over a monster truck.