The 68-year-old British music legend appeared frail just one day before he fell onstage at a show in
Charlotte, North Carolina.
The former Genesis drummer and singer was helped into the wheelchair from his chauffeur-driven car by an assistant.
He is defiantly carrying on with his Still Not Dead Yet Live! tour in America despite suffering from debilitating back pains.
On Sunday, the Easy Lover singer suffered a fall at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte.
The star was then admitted to hospital in 2012 at the height of his battle with booze, prompting fears for his well-being.
Phil has been using a walking stick since he had major surgery on his back in 2015.
Back in 2017, he was forced to cancel his last two London shows after The Sun's Bizarre column exclusively revealed he had slipped in his hotel and had been rushed to hospital.
He is conscious and talking, but he is frustrated and upset about having to cancel in his gigs.»He is keen to get out performing again as soon as possible, but the fall was quite nasty and he needs time to heal and rest up.
«He is struggling with his limited mobility as he has loved being on stage these past few days».
A statement released to Bizarre said at the time: «We unfortunately have to announce that Phil Collins’ performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London will be postponed tonight and tomorrow .»Phil suffers from ‘drop foot’ as a result of a back operation which makes it difficult to walk.