As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis was released on $2 million bail in late June after his alleged involvement in a murder-for-hire plot against his estranged wife. As part of the bail conditions, Lambesis was put under house arrest and is required to wear a GPS device to track his whereabouts, but the singer has been granted a release from house arrest to attend physical therapy.

The San Diego Reader is reporting that Lambesis’ attorney recently filed papers asking the court to make an exception to the house arrest. The statement read, “Defendant Timothy Lambesis is currently on house arrest and due to the restrictions of his release cannot leave the house to seek medical attention for the neck injury from which he is currently suffering.”

On Aug. 2 a judge reportedly signed an order allowing Lambesis to seek the medical attention in response to the request, allowing for Lambesis to leave his home for physical therapy appointments.

Tim Lambesis was arrested on May 7 after allegedly trying to hire a undercover detective to murder his wife in exchange for cash, he has plead not guilty. Lambesis will return to San Diego North County Superior Courthouse on Sept. 16 for his scheduled preliminary hearing.