Jamie Foxx is currently undergoing physical rehabilitation in Chicago following a recent health scare in Atlanta.
Accompanied by his family, including his daughters Corinne and Anelise, as well as Anelise’s mother Kristin Grannis, Jamie is receiving care at a renowned facility known for its excellence in physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Although the exact nature of Jamie’s condition and the reasons for his treatment remain undisclosed, the facility specializes in various areas such as stroke recovery, traumatic brain injury rehab, spinal cord injury rehab, and cancer rehabilitation.
Sources close to Jamie have stated that he arrived at the Chicago facility in late April, following initial treatment at an Atlanta hospital, and that he is currently “recovering well.”
During the weekend visits from his loved ones, Jamie appeared to be in good spirits. There are indications of his alertness and activity, including Kristin leaving the center with flowers and a balloon in celebration of Mother’s Day. Anelise was also seen with her guitar, suggesting she was able to play and sing with her father, which is a positive sign considering Jamie’s deep connection to music.
Corinne, who has been a constant support for her father throughout his medical challenges, was joined by her boyfriend during at least one of the visits, and their smiles may signify positive developments in Jamie’s health.
Last week, Corinne shared that her father had been out of the hospital for “weeks” and was “recuperating.” She also mentioned that he had been playing pickleball. While Jamie is still undergoing treatment, the fact that he is now at a rehabilitation center is an encouraging sign of his overall progress. The facility even offers an adaptive sports and fitness program, which could explain Jamie’s participation in pickleball.
Jamie was hospitalized on April 12 in Atlanta due to a “medical complication” according to his family. However, it seems that he is now on the path to recovery, with his rehabilitation in Chicago being a crucial step in his journey.
We wish him a fast recovery.