Bret Michaels has been discharged from hospital.

The Poison frontman has been released from the highly respected Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, Arizona, following a brain haemorrhage and has now been moved to an undisclosed site where he is resting.

Doctor Joseph M Zabramski, who has been heading up the medical team treating Bret, is now confident will make a "100 per cent" recovery.

He said: "I really expect that he will fortunately make a 100 percent recovery. He's walking. He's not walking very well. He's talking very well, and he's very mentally aware."

Zabramski also praised the rocker's sheer will to live when he suffered the subarachnoid haemorrhage on April 22, but insists he still has a long road ahead of him to get better.

He added: "His fight to stay conscious during the haemorrhage and get to the emergency room was critical. He has an unbelievable fight in him and he told me what kept him alive at the moment of the haemorrhage was that he did not want his family to wake up and see him lying unconscious in the middle of the floor."

However, Michaels is in pain at the moment due to the blood clot from the haemorrhage clearing from his skull.

The 47-year-old singer has type 1 diabetes which means the drugs usually used to ease the pain cannot be prescribed.