Eamonn Holmes has said he is "determined to beat" his chronic pain that keeps him awake at night.
The 61-year-old TV presenter – whose wife is Loose Women host Ruth Langsford – has recently been engaging in late night chats on Twitter with fans about his agonising pain and subsequent insomnia.
Holmes has now shared an image of himself having physiotherapy as he told his 1m followers: "Starting the day by tackling the pain from the night before ..... On the Physio table. Chronic pain. Just can't get it to go away.
"Sadly so many of you know the feeling. Thanks for sharing your stories. I'm determined to beat this ...however much it hurts."
A spokesman for Holmes told Yahoo! UK: "A month ago his pelvis went out of line so he needs physio most days as the pain is intense."
Holmes underwent a double hip replacement in 2016. The surgery was carried out in a bid to tackle excruciating hip, leg and back pain he had secretly suffered for more than 20 years.
Last week Holmes tweeted at 2.30am: "In that Twilight Zone between Night time and Morning. Anyone else find these Hours the worst.... particularly if you suffer Chronic pain ?"
He then engaged in a chat with fans suffering similar problems.
Holmes told one follower suffering from fibromyalgia and chronic pain: "Poor you Sandra..... no one really understands do they ? Sending you the most positive of wishes x"
And he admitted: "Night is Worse .... why is that ?"
The former This Morning and GMTV host then suggested that he and his fellow chronic pain sufferers form an online community and try to help each other.
He wrote: "Now that we've all started talking about this maybe more of us should talk to each other sharing experiences, tips & advice regarding Chronic pain? Because Tweeters there r a lot of us living with this as if we just have to suck it up & get on with things the way we always have."
Holmes was on crutches for 10 weeks after his hip surgery in 2016 and underwent a lengthy physiotherapy regime.
He confessed he put off the operation for years because he believed hip replacements were "associated with being old and decrepit".
Holmes previously revealed he had secretly sat on an inflatable disc for years while hosting breakfast TV in a bid to ease his pain.
Watch: Where Ruth Langsford draws the line at working with husband Eamonn Holmes