How Kevin Hart's Physical Therapist Is Helping Bring Back the Star's Strength
Dr. Patrick Khaziran spoke to Inside Edition about how the actor is getting along.
After Kevin Hart shared an intimate video on social media of his intense recovery following a devastating car accident, his doctor spoke to Inside Edition about how the actor is getting along.
"If Kevin wasn't as fit as he was, he could have easily been much more hurt than he was," said Dr. Patrick Khaziran.
The 40-year-old celebrity was riding with friend Jared Black in September when Black crashed Hart's 1970 Plymouth Barracuda. The vintage car rolled into a ditch in the California area of Calabasas. The California Highway Patrol said Black, who was also injured, was driving recklessly. Hart broke his spine in three places.
He shared the video of his recovery on Tuesday, saying in the clip, "When God talks, you gotta listen. I swear, life is funny. Because some of the craziest things that happen to you end up being the things that you needed most."
On screen, text read, "My world was forever changed."
To help Hart get back on track, Khaziran is working on his core strength in the gym. Among other moves, he has the comedian do planks on the ground and also adds balance balls to the exercise. He gradually increases the intensity and difficulty of the training.
Additional reporting by Lee Malley.
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