Ruby Rose Will Be 'Back To Work Next Week' After Recent Spinal Surgery
Unless your boss is a particularly harsh taskmaster, you'd probably be forgiven for taking at least a couple of weeks off work after undergoing an invasive surgical procedure on your spine.
But not Ruby Rose - the tattooed actress/DJ is just fresh out of her op, but has already taken to Twitter, assuring fans that she'll be back to work as early as next week.
The Aussie Pitch Perfect 3 star underwent surgery last week, in an attempt to correct an ongoing spine issue and is currently battling her way through a painful recovery.
However, tortuous recovery or not, Rose is adamant her surgery won't keep her away from the camera for long.
The 31-year-old explained on social media that she's sure 2018 will be her best year to date and that she'll be getting back to work next week.
"My girl [Jessica Origliasso] has gone back to Australia for a month. I've still quit smoking and feel amazing and I start back working next week," she began.
"Tough start to 2018 but I know there is nothing I can't get through with reishi, meditation, gratitude and hard work. Plus a patient team. I'm blessed."
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Rose added that she is now walking with the aid of a cane.
"Plus my walker and cane are now covered in Metallica and Buddhist stickers, so... yeah I'm pitching a 'pimp my mobility assistance vehicle' show and it's going to be a hit," she joked.
She continued: "This year is going to be amazing, the only difference is that I'll do it without the back pain I've silently had for the last 5 years. Bring it on.
"I truly believe we have the power to heal to heal our bodies. They are extraordinary things."
Last week the actress revealed that she had been struggling with spine issues for a decade, telling fans that she would soon be having surgery to fix it.
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"So... For the past few years (decade) I've been dealing with a spine issue," she tweeted to her 1.34 million Twitter followers.
"I am now recovering from a back procedure, but I do need to stay active, so before I get seen with my cane and wheel chair in public, I'd rather put it out there that I'm fine and going to be fine."
Since she had her op, Rose has been spotted out and about around LA using her walking aids and appears to making a good recovery. Good news.
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