... Hey guys! 5 months ago I had a Microdisectomy on the l4l5 disc. things have been great, I have had very little pain and have been participating in athletic activities very often. ... (3 replies)
... I have never experienced foot drop. Make sure you are working on your core-it is the only part of your body that really supports your back.
I am in pain management. I eventually had so much scar tissue from my back surgery and another surgery in my abdomen that it has grown around a nerve root and I am in constant pain. I think with you being so young, and in good shape, you... (3 replies)
... I currently play college basketball at a pretty high level so I have many people working with me in terms of stretching and pt, the only problem however is that they are not very well educated about my type of injury. I will start doing more stretches and mobility exercises on the side since you suggest it prevents the build up of scar tissue. How has the pain progressed for... (3 replies)
... I had similar pain before my L4-S1 surgery. It could very well be scar tissue-I have that now. It seems very quick to have that much scar tissue built up-mine didn't show up for almost 2 years post surgery. Have you been walking or doing any kind of PT? Not just athletic activities-exercise with a trained physical therapist? The scar tissue usually comes from not exercising... (3 replies)
... Almost 4 weeks ago, I had a Lumbar L5-S1 Microdisectomy. I'm not experiencing any of the pain that I had pre-op...thank God, but I feel like I've traded one pain for another. What I am experiencing is this horrible "sour" achiness in my back and down my legs...sometimes down to my feet. It wakes me up at night. The only thing that relieves this pain is 2... (1 replies)
... Hi everyone,
I would like to hear of other peoples experiences with this procedure, Microdisectomy, please. I am considering having this procedure. L4-L5 extruded disc. Have had 3 lumbar injections, physical therapy, but to date (from January of this year to present time) only getting worse. Thank you :) (3 replies)
... Did you get a second microdisectomy?? (10 replies)
... Hi all. I had a microdisectomy April 18 2013 L5S1. I had originally herniated in OCtober 2012. I tried PT it did not help at all it actually made things worse. ... (10 replies)
... My 24 year old son just had a l-5 S-1 microdisectomy today. The surgeon said that the nerve root was very inflamed and angry but once he removed the herniated part of the disc, the nerve root immediately looked normal. Now my son has a lot of post surgical pain but for the first time in 7 months he does not seem to have sciattica. How many days does it take before you are... (3 replies)
... Any advice appreciated. I had microdisectomy l5-s1/ hemilaminectomy 8 months ago. Surgery per say went well. I still have sciatica here and there. My main constant issue is the deep deep butt ache as well as the area of the lower right back towards top of hip that just aches all the time. I walk for maybe 15-20 minutes at a time. I would love to go for a longer period but it... (18 replies)
... I'm about to go through my 2nd bilateral microdisectomy surgery on the same disk (L4/L5) basically 5 months to the day that I had my first surgery. Has anyone had 2 surgeries on the same disk ? I like to get people's experience with this. Thanks. (1 replies)
... What is the best way to clean hardwood floors? Meaning the safest way.
I am5 1/2 weeks post hemi-laminectomy/microdisectomy. I ask because i spilled a half gallon of oj this morning and it went every where. I cleaned it up on hands and knees with no excessive stretching or reaching instead of mopping. Prior to surgery this is how i would have normally cleaned my hardwoods.... (1 replies)
... I am sorry you are still experiencing your sciatic pain. I know many wake up and have total relief...two laminectomies/discectomies later I can tell you that has not been my experience or many others...and this should not panic you, its just as normal as total relief right away, depending on each persons own set of issues. Such as how compressed and therefore bruised your... (7 replies)
... My problems all started back in November of 2011. Started a new stretching program as well as yoga and i felt really good. Bam week and a half later i started waking up in the mornings with terrible hip pain that gradually got so bad i was walking crooked. Went to the orthopedics office and he did the standard x-rays,as well as an mri. Mri showed a few bulging discs and a... (7 replies)
... I had two bad herniated discs that were almost completely out. I had my microdisectomy on L3/4 and L4/5 s1. I am having a lot of hip pain that I've never experienced before. I was wandering if anyone knew what is causing this or have any thoughts? (1 replies)
... September 2011 microdisectomy at northern general hospital, sheffield. ... (2 replies)
... I had lower back problems for the past 7years. I had surgery in December 2010 (microdisectomy) L4,L5-L5,S1. Operation went ok until I was sent home. I realized pretty quickley that I was leaking some sort of fluid...."and yes you guessed it..."
I had a Spinal fluid leak. Crippling migrains.
Rushed back in and thay put a stint in my back and I had to lay perectly flat for 7... (3 replies)
... Hi :wave:
I just wanted to say Thank you and very well put!! Everything you said is exactly what I do or have done and Im doing alright and now about 9 weeks post-op! Isnt it great to have the hubbys to the work?!?! They do such a great job when they have to lol! Thank God for our husbands that helped out so much during our recovery! Glad you had a successfull surgery! I... (1 replies)
... Hello I wanted to write some good/bad experiences from my microdisectomy surgery on my L5/S1.
First- before you consider surgery, make sure that you get an MRI to confirm that you have a herniated disc.
Try all other options first but remember if you are having any numbness, get this checked. The longer you have numbness, the greater chance it could be permanent or not... (1 replies)
... The Web is confusing as it seems that a microdisectomy is just one type of surgery! ... (3 replies)