After losing most usage in his right arm, Bayside guitarist Jack O'Shea has been forced to undergo spinal surgery. You can check out a message and pictures of O'Shea in the hospital below.

Despite not having much of any mobility in his left arm, O'Shea managed to make it through a European tour about a month ago. Once he made it home, however, he saw a specialist to make sure things were still as they should be, which is when he was rushed into surgery. He had a level three fusion in his cervical spine. 

O'Shea joined Bayside in 2003 and has performed on each of their six studio albums.

So 11 years of headbanging and playing 11lbs plus Les Paul's had led me to spine surgery. A month ago I lost most of the use of my right arm and powered through a tour in Europe. I got home and decided to see a specialist to make sure my physical therapy was correct and was rushed into surgery. I had a 3 level fusion in my cervical spine and should hopefully get most if not all of my right arm back but it's right into intense physical therapy starting next week. Also my nurse is terrible at installing IV's.