Though it appears to be all good. On Wednesday, she thanked her fans for their support, and said that she'll be all ready to go for Monday night's DWTS taping.
"Thank you all for the love, support, and encouragement," Inaba wrote. "I am deeply touched by all your messages...I can't wait for Monday night @Dancing abc #teamdances By then, I'll be feeling like a million bucks! :) Have a #wonderfulwednesday everyone!"
Of course, Inaba isn't the only DWTS star this season to face health issues. Maksim Chmerkovskiy suffered a calf injury while rehearsing for week two of the competition, but will be returning to the ballroom to dance with his partner, Glee star Heather Morris, next week. ET spoke with dancer Alan Bersten -- who filled in for Chmerkovskiy while he was injured -- in Los Angeles on Tuesday, where he admitted that Chmerkovskiy's return is bittersweet.
"I mean, obviously I knew in advance he was coming back," Bersten told ET. "To me it wasn't a shock, but I was sad, you know? It's sad, [Morris and I] spent four weeks together, half the season's gone, like, time flew by! I don't even know what day it is."