Brittany Mahomes Has Update Following Back Injury: 'Back Pain Has Resolved'

The 28-year-old revealed she's slowly lifting lighter weights to ease back into her gym routine

<p>Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty</p> Brittany Mahomes on May 16, 2024 in New York City.

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Brittany Mahomes on May 16, 2024 in New York City.

Brittany Mahomes shares a new update as she continues to recover from a recent back injury.

The mother of two reposted a video from fitness instructor Kirsty Rae to her Instagram Stories on Thursday, June 13. In the clip, Mahomes, 28, is seen doing an overhead lift with a couple of dumbbells.

“Back pain has resolved so we are slowly getting back to overhead lifts with lighter weight," read the video's text overlay.

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Brittany Mahomes

This new development follows Mahomes’ announcement on May 24, that she thinks she’s “fully recovered.”

“I’m doing great. My back is no longer broken, so that's good," Mahomes told E! News at the time.

“I’m still in the gym. I'm finally, I think, fully recovered and back to doing the things that I've always been able to do. I'm staying on top of my health, and being active and healthy for my kids and my dogs is super important to me."

Mahomes shares daughter Sterling Skye, 3, and son, Patrick "Bronze" Lavon Mahomes III, 18 months, with her husband, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

Related: Brittany Mahomes Gives Health Update After Telling Fans She Had a ‘Broken Back’

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In March, she shared that she’d fractured her pelvic floor.

“Just a daily reminder,” the newly-minted Sports Illustrated swimsuit model wrote on her Instagram Stories over a Boomerang selfie video. “Once you have kids please take care of your pelvic floor. Seriously,” she added. Mahomes signed the warning as “A girl with a fractured back.”

Although Mahomes has posted updates on her recovery, she hasn’t disclosed her exact treatment. But after the initial announcement, she said in an Instagram Story, “vacaying with my homies will maybe make it better?”

<p>Erick W. Rasco/Sports Illustrated via Getty Images</p> Patrick Mahomes poses with wife Brittany Mahomes and their children Patrick Bronze and Sterling Skye

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Patrick Mahomes poses with wife Brittany Mahomes and their children Patrick Bronze and Sterling Skye

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“Pelvic fractures represent major injury with long-term functional and socioeconomic effects,” the National Library of Medicine says. “Associated complications can include both short- and long-term effects on the genitourinary and reproductive system.”

The Cleveland Clinic, however, recommends Kegel exercises—which "involve tightening and then releasing the muscles in your pelvic floor to strengthen them"—to strengthen a weak pelvic floor.

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“The pelvic floor is connected to the lower back, and each of the bones are connected together by a series of ligaments and tissue,” Yves-Richard Dole, MD, an ob/gyn with Metropolitan OB/GYN, an affiliate of The Family Childbirth and Children's Center at Mercy, told Women’s Health.

“If there is a lack of stability” in the pelvic floor, Dole said, “it can lead to further injury.” 

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