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... tinues to irritate the nerve, you can end up with chronic nerve pain. It is important at this point in recovery to take short, frequent walks to stretch out the spinal nerves. As I think I mentioned earlier, this is the best way to keep scar tissue from attaching to a nerve as it forms and fills in post surgery. ... (46 replies)
... It's not great to have a fracture but I think it is better than having the screw piercing a spinal nerve. Assuming the bone graft takes and you get a solid fusion, things should heal up nicely. ... (5 replies)
... You are only 4 months post spinal fusion, I do not know if your Doctor told you, but recovery from a fusion takes about a year, and that is full recovery. ... (2 replies)

... I am a 25 year old female who had spinal fusion surgery for Scoliosis in 2000. I had a "S" curve of 54 degrees before my surgery and had a successful recovery. ... (1 replies)
... Keep in mind that different surgeons , due to their training and experience, have different restrictions for their patients post surgery. ... (13 replies)
... Again, your post highlighting muscle and nerve interaction after surgery was very helpful. ... (13 replies)
... I am going to assume that part of your fusion is in your lumbar spine. I am also going to assume that being 25, you probably don't give a great deal of thought to quality of life when you are older... ... (1 replies)
... I just wanted to thank everyone for the wonderful post.. I am almost 3 weeks out of my 8 level spinal fusion and I am always trying to figure out if I am on track. I had the surgery Oct. 4Th and I don't go back to the Dr. until Nov. 5Th. ... (14 replies)
... I'm not sure how much difference the Aspen device makes in healing restrictions compared to the usual fusion done with fixed hardware. But there are a few general restrictions that are useful for all lumbar surgery patients. ... (6 replies)
... I know this post is very old, but I like the rational of the person who said people who have successful surgeries don't post. That's got to be true. ... (9 replies)
... op from L4,L5, S1 spinal fusion. ... (10 replies)
... As soon as the post op pain was gone I was fine. My pain was down from say a 100 to about 10. ... (5 replies)
... e anything touch them, like a sheet or blanket. Any "pressure" causes uncomfortable pain. When I arise in the morning, no pain as I walk around or when I do my exercise walk. Since I am miserable at night, I take a pill or two of hydrocodone for relief. ... (3 replies)
... I am 16 weeks post op. Pain is much better. No restrictions. Although I get tired easy. ... (12 replies)
... ups are a modified push up using the blue exercise ball against the wall and pushing into the ball, keeping back, knees straight. Again, with the trans. abd. muscled tightened. ... (13 replies)
... Sounds like a very long time to rehab. How are you doing now and what can you do og activities ? (12 replies)
... My rehab took 18 months as the second any exercise or activity began to impact the sciatic nerves, I stopped and went back to just walking. ... (12 replies)
... I'm 2 weeks post op L5, S1 fusion, and I'm literally scared to go to sleep. I'm find during the day. ... (2 replies)
... Scar tissue will begin to form after surgery, mainly from about the 3rd week to the 12th week. It is very important to walk as it is the best way to keep the spinal nerves stretched out and to keep scar tissue from becoming attached to a nerve. ... (3 replies)
... I started PT in the fall, but I wasn't really able to accomplish much. The easiest exercise would start a flare in the sciatic nerve. So I stopped and just kept walking. ... (12 replies)


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