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... I see...I thought you meant you would be returning to teach class! I'm glad you have this all figured out. Sometimes people enter into major surgery without a clue as to what they are getting into. ... (6 replies)
... I will be taking time off from work a minimum of 3 months, I am also a student. My surgery was scheduled for mid July but had to be pushed back. There will also be a vascular surgeon assisting. ... (6 replies)
... three weeks post surgery, and many are still on pain medication. Of course, every surgery and every patient is unique...but I am afraid you are being unrealistic in your expectations. ... (6 replies)

... S1 this year. I had the ALIF in mid May. I was don f great in just a few weeks. If you only have 1 in class day per week I would think you might very well be able to handle it. Good luck. ... (6 replies)
... I'm 40 years old and have had degenerative disk disease for 20 years. My vertebra are rubbing together. My surgery is scheduled for the beginning of Aug and my school semester starts the 3rd week of Aug. I'm worried if I will be up for class it's just one in class a week. ... (6 replies)
... Yes. PT is a must. You need to learn what you can and cannot do plus which muscles to really work to be able to support your "new" back appropriately. Good luck. (6 replies)
... Thank you Did you do Physical therapy after? (6 replies)
... also going numb and at times, sitting was making my leg hurt so that it was affecting my concentration. I am hoping that I made the right decision in having the ALIF surgery, as I was told by my Dr. ... (13 replies)
... Keep in mind that different surgeons , due to their training and experience, have different restrictions for their patients post surgery. My first surgeon, who did my PLIF at L4-5, didn't believe in the use of back braces and his advice consisted of "if it hurts, don't do it." Due to a change in insurance carriers a few years later, I moved to a different spine surgeon who... (13 replies)
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... Would you know of another good Surgeon in the SF bay area? (3 replies)
... DOUBLE POST, PLEASE REMOVE, thanks martinb3152 (3 replies)
... I would suggest you have a consultation with more than one spine surgeons before agreeing to a major surgery such as a spinal fusion. ... (3 replies)
ALIF surgery
Dec 2, 2016
... So my partner 68 had ALIF surgery August 24. He has been recovering well. Two days ago he missed a step on the deck and landed on his butt. He insists nothing hurts and he is ok. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for experiences. I will keep on educating myself other wise might end up worst, "heaven forgive". Another surgery is out the question for me unless life threatening. I just feel that maybe just maybe, I shouldn't of done ALIF surgery. ... (13 replies)
... under my cars to work on or work my honey do list on my house. This is a first I heard about scar tissue creating more problems. This scar was created because of ALIF surgery I assume? ... (13 replies)
... L5. Surgery failed no improvement. ... (13 replies)
Alif surgery
Feb 3, 2014
... I just want to introduce myself and say Hi. I have been lurking here for awhile. I just seen my surgeon and found out I will be having alif surgery on my lower back here soon. So far he is talking l5 s1 but may include l4. ... (2 replies)
... Hope someone out there can help me. I am age 50, female and in excellent shape before anterior ALIF surgery. ... (7 replies)
... S1 discectomy surgery in 2006 done by a neurosurgeon. I developed scar tissue but it never caused any problems. About 2 years after that surgery i had another part of that disc fragment off. I had leg pain for a couple months but the doctors said it was a small enough piece that my body would absorb it. ... (1 replies)

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