Recently, Adele, 35, has been busy with Weekends With Adele at The Colosseum, her Las Vegas residency.
During a show backstage, she suffered a flare-up and was unable to move backstage, the singer told her fans.
“They picked my whole body up off the floor,” the Hello hitmaker told fans after collapsing due to a sciatica attack.
During one of her performances, she told the crowd, “I’m going to rest my sciatica.” and sat down.
A slipped disk causes sciatica, a debilitating back condition that causes a nerve on the lower back to be pressed against a disk.
Symptoms may range from shooting pains or cramping to leaving someone unable to move.
Her chronic back pain has been a frequent topic of discussion for Adele, who mentioned it during her Las Vegas performance last week as she hobbled on stage.
Her words as she fired t-shirts into the crowd were: “I still have two to go, I just have to get to the other side of the stage.”
“My sciatica is really bad these days, so I have to waddle.
“She first slipped her disc at age 15, but her back problems increased after she gave birth to her son Angelo, nine.
In addition, she said she had been able to run around with him more since losing the weight and termed her health a “metaphor for surviving”.
“I’m definitely happy now… I can move more because I have a strong core. I feel better because I can move more because of my back. I’m definitely happier now…
“Sneezing caused me to slip my first disc at the age of 15 when my fifth disc flew out. My sixth disc did the same in January, and then after my Csection, my core no longer worked.
In the past half a decade or so, I’ve suffered from back pain. When stress or dumb posture trigger it, it flares up.
It means I can do more, I can play with my son a little bit more, when I got my tummy strong, down at the bottom, which I never had before.
A $58 million Beverly Hills home was recently purchased by Adele and her boyfriend Rich Paul, with her son Angelo living in LA with them.