Jason Donovan has been undergoing electric physio treatment to help his back pain.
The 'Dancing On Ice' star was forced to miss last weekend's show because of the injury, but he is keen to get back to the ice when the competition resumes the weekend after next, after ITV were forced to cancel this weekend's show to allow the injured skaters to heal.
Jason took to social media to show himself using a Trophic Electrical Stimulator, which is attached to electrodes placed on his back as he underwent another session of physiotherapy.
He captioned the picture on his Instagram Story: "Nintendo back pain healing."
It comes after it was revealed 'Dancing on Ice' will take a week off.
On Monday (15.02.21), an ITV spokesperson said in a statement: "ITV have taken the decision to pause 'Dancing on Ice' this week and there will be no live show on Sunday 21st February.
"Each week our production team and cast have delivered a fantastic show during incredibly challenging times.
"The welfare of all of those involved is important to us and we felt it prudent to take a week’s break at this juncture.
"Continuing to make the best TV for our viewers is of paramount importance to us and we look forward to resuming the competition next week, with the show back live on Sunday 28th February."
The decision came after Jason missed the Valentine’s Day (14.02.21) show because of a back injury, rapper Lady Leshurr is currently experiencing pain in her leg, and Rebekah Vardy has a groin strain.
'Dancing on Ice' has also seen four celebrities pull out of the show completely, with Denise Van Outen backing out due to a broken shoulder, and Billie Shepherd – who previously missed a week when her grandmother passed away – quitting over a heavy fall on the ice which left her with concussion.
What's more, Rufus Hound left the show after testing positive for COVID-19, and Joe-Warren Plant was also sent packing for good after he too contracted coronavirus.
However, there has been some speculation that Joe-Warren might be allowed back onto the show.