Kevin Hart will require at least 4 months of physical therapy to bounce back to normal

Kevin Hart was involved in a horrific car crash over the Labor Day weekend. The stand-up comedian and actor suffered a massive back injury. The Jumanji star needs physical therapy that could last up to four months.
Kevin Hart will require at least 4 months of physical therapy to bounce back to normalKevin Hart will require at least 4 months of physical therapy to bounce back to normal
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Since the news broke out that Kevin Hart was involved in a horrific accident that took place over the Labor Day weekend, all eyes are set on the actor's recovery. Last week, his wife Eniko assured fans that he is doing better and "he’s going to be just fine." But it has been revealed that Kevin has three fractures to his spine. Given the intensity of the injury, Kevin was reportedly going to need a lot of physical therapy. It has now been revealed that the stand-up comedian will be under therapy for at least four months. 

Sources told The Blast that the actor will undergo a very painful and arduous therapy for four-long months before he could find his way back on sets of a new film. It is obvious that Kevin will have to be extra careful with therapy. To make sure he recovers properly, Hart will be guided and assisted by medical experts. While it is obvious it is going to be agonizing, the source revealed that Kevin's great shape before the accident will add to his fast recovery. 

The report also added that the doctors will let Kevin to do the PT in an outpatient environment once they feel he is ready. Even after four months, it is obvious that the actor cannot return to roles that require immense physical excretion. Insiders reveal Kevin will return to sets to film some less physically straining roles. 

Tiffany Haddish recently spoke to Entertainment Tonight and shared an health update on Kevin's condition. She said, "He's already walking. He's good." Kevin will soon be seen in Jumanji: The Next Level. We hope to the actor has a hearty recovery by the time the world premiere of the Jumanji sequel takes place as we don't want to miss The Rock & Hart camaraderie in full display.

Stay tuned to Pinkvilla for more updates. 

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