Freddie Prinze Jr. recovers from Surgery by tweeting and chatting with fans; Plus, Prinze is now able to walk fine

1:20 PM EST 11/30/2014 by Kara Michelle, Celebeat Reporter

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Freddie Prinze Jr. is now able to walk fine as he spent most of his Thanksgiving holiday recuperating from a spinal surgery. Based on his Twitter posts, he seems to be in good spirits and took time to let his fans know that he is all good and fine.

Right before his operation last week, the I Know What You Did Last Summer star tweeted a snap of himself and has since updated his fans on his status which shows him wearing a neck brace.

On Wednesday, the husband of Sarah Michelle Gellar, who is undergoing physical therapy, tweeted,  "learnin to walk again is like learning jiu-jitsu - 1 technique at a time," according to E! Online.

The father of two, a 5-year-old daughter and 2-year-old son, had an incision on his neck where he received stitches and a brace, thus calling himself Robo-Neck.

The Scooby Doo star said that he is getting by on pain pills and that it will take a couple of weeks for him to fully recover.

Prinze dubbed his condition as Cena surgery, referring to WWE John Cena. In August of 2008, Cena also underwent an operation on his neck. The doctors had removed a large disk fragment compression on his spinal cord that resonates to Cena's weakening nerve to his right arm, according to the wrestling organization reports.

During Prinze's free time, he watches TV and movies and had recently just watched Beetlejuice. But more importantly, he chats with fans and fellow stars. One of which is WWE wrestler, Dolph Ziggler, where the term Cena surgery was concocted.

Prinze was one of the known heartthrobs and leading men in the 1990's and there were a lot or romantic comedies he appeared in. Today, he says he is pretty much retired.

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