Tommy Lee Says He’s ‘Back To 100 Percent’ On Motley Crue Tour After Wrist Injury

Tommy Lee says that he is back to 100 percent health and is ready to start playing drums again after battling inflammation in his left wrist. Due to the inflammation in his left wrist, Lee was forced to miss dates in Buffalo, New York and Bridgeport, Connecticut on Motley Crue’s farewell tour. “I’m back to 100 per cent,” Lee told the National.More »

By on November 19, 2015

Tommy Lee says that he is back to 100 percent health and is ready to start playing drums again after battling inflammation in his left wrist. Due to the inflammation in his left wrist, Lee was forced to miss dates in Buffalo, New York and Bridgeport, Connecticut on Motley Crue’s farewell tour. “I’m back to 100 per cent,” Lee told the National. “I bruised a bone in my wrist, but after a serious double dose of cortisone that helped with the inflammation, and with the help of this little wrist machine to exercise it, I’m back to normal.” “I’m always getting injuries like bruised and bloody knuckles from catching a cymbal or the edge of a drum. Drumming’s pretty physical. We sit at the back of the stage getting beat up like a workhorse,” he explained. “Anytime you do something repetitive over a sustained period – and this tour’s already been a year and a half – your body just says ‘I’m hurt. I can’t do this.’ But I’m all good now. They got me back into shape and I’ll be slugging the drums like a maniac in Abu Dhabi.” Lee will rejoin the band in Abu Dhabi on November 20. Copyright(c) 2015 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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