Flatley was hospitalized three years ago with a “mystery virus” on the eve of his “Celtic Tiger” European tour. His ailment took on the “mysterious” descriptor when doctors couldn’t arrive at a diagnosis despite running a battery of tests on the performer.

That’s when doctors concluded Flatley was suffering from some kind of “whole body infection” and ordered complete rest for the dancer, thus causing him to cancel the entire tour.

But rest wasn’t enough. Despite taking it easy for months, Flatley was still bothered by symptoms ranging from acute lethargy to joint and muscular pain, according to the Irish Independent.

“And then, by chance, I met a young man from Ireland called Michael O’Doherty who works on the body’s energy,” Flatley told the paper, saying he could barely get out of his chair when he first met the healer.

“He saw me for about an hour and I walked for about a mile afterwards, which was the first time in a year that I’d been able to do that,” Flatley said.

O’Doherty works out of the Plexus Bio-Energy Center, which he co-founded with Tom Griffin in 1988. The Independent described the treatment as “integrating a network of powerful and effective healing techniques – all with the aim of rebalancing a person’s life energy.” O’Doherty and Griffin reporteldy developed and refined a centuries-old healing system with roots in the Balkans and Far East.

Flatley isn’t the only celeb praising Plexus. Some U.K. pro athletes, including hurling stars Liam Doyle and Anthony Daly, also credit Plexus for helping them recover from sports injuries.

But it’s Flatley who is the most famous Plexus patient.

“I can dance at speed,” the performer said, adding he’s close to 100 percent fit.