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Moves Like Jagger! Rolling Stones rocker Mick, 75, shows off his INCREDIBLE dance skills just weeks after undergoing heart surgery

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 6 days ago Eve Buckland For Mailonline

a person standing in a room: It's Only Rock 'n Roll: The star showed off his boundless energy as he worked the studio © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited It's Only Rock 'n Roll: The star showed off his boundless energy as he worked the studio Mick Jagger showed off his incredible dance moves in a Instagram video on Wednesday, just weeks after undergoing heart surgery.

The Rolling Stones rocker, 75, looked like a man half his age as he showed off his signature dance moves, immortalized in the 2011 Maroon 5 hit, "Moves Like Jagger"- in preparation to head back on tour.

The "Gimme Shelter" hitmaker, who underwent the surgery in early April, proved he was back on fighting form as he expertly shimmied, kicked his legs in the air and sidestepped in a studio to "Techno Fan" by The Wombats.

Bringing his trademark swagger to the rehearsal, the "Brown Sugar" singer could be seen energetically singing along to the tune, before ending the rendition with a powerful point in the air.

Moves Like Jagger! Mick Jagger showed off his incredible dance moves in a Instagram video on Wednesday, just weeks after undergoing heart surgery

Moves Like Jagger! Mick Jagger showed off his incredible dance moves in a Instagram video on Wednesday, just weeks after undergoing heart surgery
© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited
Mick looked better than ever as he showed off his hunky physique in a tight white shirt paired with black joggers and white trainers.

The iconic singer was soon inundated with compliments from adoring fans, with his teenage son Lucas, 19, showing his admiration for his father with the comment 'oh woah.'     

The rock god is preparing to head back on tour with the Rolling Stones, after postponing shows in the US and Canada to focus on his recovery.  

a person standing in a room: Jumpin' Jack Flash: Bringing his trademark swagger to the rehearsal, the Brown Sugar singer could be seen energetically singing along to the tune

Jumpin' Jack Flash: Bringing his trademark swagger to the rehearsal, the Brown Sugar singer could be seen energetically singing along to the tune
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A source told The Sun: 'Mick is delighted to be back to full health and feels 100 per cent after his op. He is his normal chipper and positive self.

'Doctors are really pleased with his progress and were happy to give him a clean bill of health.

'His healthy eating has really helped with his recovery and he's been taking it easy and resting, as well as enjoying down time with his friends and family. The health scare has just reminded him to keep taking good care of himself.'   

Mick had heart valve replacement surgery using a technique pioneered by Professor Alain Cribier. 

His surgery method, transcatherter aortic valve replacement, or TAVR, allows surgeons to swap a patient's cardiac valves without resorting to open heart surgery and cracking open their chests. As a result, recovery times are far quicker.

The most common - and serious - of valve diseases, age-related aortic stenosis occurs when the valve narrows and hardens with calcium deposits.

Valve replacement has historically been done by opening the chest surgically, stopping the heart, and placing the patient on a heart and lung blood machine - all, of course, under general anesthesia.

More than 200,000 such procedures are performed every year worldwide, according to NewHeartValve, in Britain.  

Satisfaction: Mick proved he was still a force to be reckoned with on the stage

Satisfaction: Mick proved he was still a force to be reckoned with on the stage
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Cribier's technique, done under local anesthesia, is minimally invasive by comparison and has far shorter recovery times.

A surgeon or cardiologist accesses the femoral artery with an incision near the groin to insert a catheter fitted with a replacement valve inside a collapsed stent, and a balloon for inflating it.

The new heart valve, once expanded, pushes the old one out of the way and takes over the job of regulating blood flow. 'It has revolutionized patient care in this area,' Montpellier-based cardiologist Stephane Cade told AFP

a group of people standing next to a person: Back at it: The rock god is preparing to head back on tour with the Rolling Stones, after postponing shows in the US and Canada to focus on his recovery © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Back at it: The rock god is preparing to head back on tour with the Rolling Stones, after postponing shows in the US and Canada to focus on his recovery
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