Kerry Caton issued a welfare replacement on Tuesday after a scoliosis analysis but on an oxygen tank.
The 42-year-old TV personality, who has suffered from “chronic pain” for several years, said she is seeing a health care provider for help with the situation.
Carey shared the clip on Instagram and was seen wearing a mask over her face as medical professionals worked to extend her oxygen range.
She wore a tight-fitting black hoodie and pulled her blonde hair back out of her face as she underwent treatment.
Scoliosis is a condition where the spine twists and bends to one side and can cause pain in adults.
Treatment: Carrie Catton, 42, underwent a health replacement on Tuesday after being diagnosed with scoliosis and was on an oxygen tank.
In the clip, Carey defined, “I was recently diagnosed with scoliosis and I’m in so much pain, but I’m fine.
“I’ve gotten into this hyperbaric oxygen chamber, and it’s going to help me through the pain, and I’m going to stay here for about an hour, and it’s going to increase your oxygen levels.”
Along with the replacement, she wrote: “Don’t worry I’m in safe hands with @doctor.andrebd in the hyperbaric oxygen chamber!!! So I was recently diagnosed with scoliosis and I’m here to help with the pain!!
Speaking to MailOnline, Carey reflected on her recent health issues and shared how she was diagnosed with scoliosis, a condition where the spine twists and bends to one side.
She recently told how she was left bedridden after a flare-up of arthritis, which she was diagnosed with in 2013 after 13 years of unexplained chronic pain.
Now she has revealed she was left in agony with scoliosis and said she had to beg her partner of five years, Ryan, to call an ambulance for her amid the debilitating pain.
She said: “I’ve just been diagnosed with scoliosis so I’m in really bad shape but now I’ve got a great doctor, I see him three times a week to get everything sorted.
“I’ve lived with chronic pain for many years and my problem is that I don’t take care of myself because I never go to an appointment, I get diagnosed with something and I never follow up because I have kids or work.”
Seeking help: The TV character, who has suffered from “chronic pain” for several years, defined that she is reaching out to a health care provider for help with the situation.
She continued: “After traveling all over the place and traveling in a different bed every night, my body just gave out,” she continued.
“I have a very high pain threshold because I live with pain every day and I was crying and I said to Ryan, ‘Get me an ambulance.’
Carrie mentioned that she was “relieved” to finally be diagnosed with scoliosis, saying that although she had by no means heard of the condition, she was “relieved” to have resolved her pain.
As she battles scoliosis, Carey mentioned she plans to lose two stone to make things extra manageable, having already dropped three suit sizes.