Issa Pressman fully healed after vocal cord surgery | Inquirer Entertainment

Issa Pressman fully healed after vocal cord surgery

/ 10:22 AM September 08, 2023

Issa Pressman

Issa Pressman and James Reid. Image: Instagram/@pressmanissa

A month after she underwent surgery to remove a cyst on her vocal cord, Issa Pressman declared that she is now fully healed “physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.”

Issa documented her recovery, showing her boyfriend James Reid taking care of her, through her Instagram page on Thursday, Sept. 7. The actor-musician can be seen assisting his girlfriend, who was in a wheelchair, and communicating with her through hand signs.


“Been hiding in my little cave.. Now I can say, once again, I am brave,” she stated. “All the blacks and grays will fade, all my colors are coming back. I am fully healed. My doctor yesterday cleared me.”


“I’ll share my story next time but now I just want [to say] that I have healed physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually (but still putting the work in every day),” she continued. “Been saying ‘I am healing,’ now I’m [saying] ‘I am happy.'”

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Fellow celebrities including her sister, Yassi Pressman, and the “Kurdapya” actress’ ex-boyfriend, entrepreneur Jon Semira, expressed their love and support for Issa via the comments section.

Issa Pressman

Image: Instagram/@pressmanissa

Issa Pressman

Image: Instagram/@pressmanissa

Issa disclosed her condition last Aug. 3, saying at the time that she would have to be on vocal rest and vocal rehab for months.  /ra


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