Danny Bonaduce Successfully Undergoes Brain Surgery, Sets Path to Recovery and Selling Seattle Home
Good news for actor Danny Bonaduce as his brain surgery goes smoothly, paving the way for his recovery and a potentially improved quality of life.
According to Paul Anderson, Danny’s longtime friend and agent, the surgery lasted for two hours on Monday and was highly successful. Everyone involved is optimistic about Danny’s recuperation.
While he is expected to be discharged from the hospital within the next few days, Danny will require ample rest at home for approximately three to four weeks.
Once he feels better, Paul assures that Danny will swiftly return to his morning radio show, maintaining his quick wit and sense of humor despite the surgery.
The primary objective of the procedure was to enhance Danny’s balance and mobility in his daily life, a goal that the doctors believe has now been achieved.
As previously reported by TMZ, Danny underwent the surgery to address his recently diagnosed hydrocephalus, a neurological condition caused by an accumulation of fluid in the brain.
Danny opened up about the frightening journey that led to this discovery, which initially began as an unknown illness last year.
In the midst of this health scare, Danny has also made the difficult decision to sell his beautiful Seattle home. He cited safety concerns due to the numerous stairs and rooms in the property. The house is currently on the market for $1.6 million.