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... Since you are recovering from cervical surgery, I wonder if you are carrying yourself differently, or somehow compensating for the neck issue and it is ascerbating the muscle spasms. ... (3 replies)
... What type of fusion surgery are you having? ... (5 replies)
... I have DDD. In Feb. 2011 I had a disc rupture and needed laminectomy discectomy to remove the ruptured disc. 3 wks home recovering from this surgery I had tremendous pain, met the DR back at the ER and found out that the same disc ruptured again. ... (5 replies)

... nds like you lead an adventurous life, and that some of the rough impact has caught up with you. I am sorry you find yourself in this situation and hope you are recovering from the crash. ... (2 replies)
... I'm not sure what your expectations were for this surgery so don't know how you define success. I know many people that are very satisfied with their results, and are able to pretty much go about their lives. ... (1 replies)
... L5 for severe stenosis and spondylolisthesis, and that was supposed to resolve my sciatic pain...but after recovering from surgery, my sciatic pain was as bad as ever. ... (9 replies)
... Coming to you directly from the hospital... 24 hour post op and I feel GREAT! well, not really great, I am really very sore at the incision, but I HAVE GOTTEN RID OF MY NERVE PAIN!!!!! ... (93 replies)
... P My surgery is March 03, 2011!! I have't seen anyone else one here that will actually be recovering around the same time and as crazy and wrong as this sounds, I am kind of excited that there is someone who is experiencing my situation at the same time as me... ... (93 replies)
Spondylolisthesis
Mar 27, 2008
... This is the most common location for a spondylolisthesis to occur. The amount of slippage is graded from 1 to 4, with 1 being the least. I had a fusion for this very thing back in January and I am in the process of recovering. ... (7 replies)
... Hi. I am brand new to your forum and seeking advice on issues to be aware of and how to prepare for managing the pain and recovery I anticipate having from a spinal fusion this coming May 2008. PLUS, I'd love to know if anyone else out there in my position also is dealing withType 1 diabetes like me. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Craig, What type of job is it that you actually have? I am a corrections specialist who was unfortunate enough not to be injured at work. I have not been officially informed that I can not return to that type of work (working with inmates) but I had a level 2 fusion with laminectomy (L4/L5-S1 w/2 rods and 6 screws) and I am sure that I will have some physical restrictions... (10 replies)
... ave a meeting on monday with management at the union. i injured my back at work last march and have been off work since. i have been diagnosed with Grade 1 L5 S1 Spondylolisthesis and bilateral foraminal stenosis, im currently waiting for surgery. ... (10 replies)
... trials at only 20 spine centers in the United States, including the Spine Institute of New York. This procedure may provide an alternative to patients suffering from spondylolisthesis and spinal stenosis, who previously would have needed spinal fusion surgery to moderate pain from compressed nerves. ... (34 replies)
... Other than a little setback the past couple of days due to overdoing it, I've been doing great. Most of the pain has been from the incisions and the muscles in the back recovering from where they use retractors to keep them apart during the posterior part of the surgery. ... (15 replies)
... tra stress on your back and might cause alot of extra back pain. I do not know when you are planning to start a family, but you can expect approximately one year recovering from the fusion. ... (11 replies)
... S1 fusion 1 year ago. There are different outcomes from fusion surgery with reports of both excellent and poor results. ... (2 replies)
... I wanted to tell you that I have a friend who had a fusion several years ago that never provided nerve pain relief. Her doctor, who is head of the spine surgery program at a big teaching hospital and who has a big reputation, kept telling her first that she just needed time... ... (6 replies)
... You raise several good issues. Success. That's a very subjective word when it comes to spineys. Some people's expectations are to come out of surgery able to regain their life as it was, and painfree. Ohers are satisfied to have some pain relief and accept that they will never be totally painfree. ... (6 replies)
... he ordered an MRI and we discussed possible surgeries. It took about 3 months for my MRI and then I met with my surgeon again. At this appt he told me had had spondylolisthesis with an L5 S1 fracture, mildly curved lumbar spine and suffer from sciatica. ... (44 replies)
... in a hot tub or sitting on a heating pad would help some. I don't know if these are good to do, check with your dr for other ways to relieve the pain. She had surgery in June and is recovering now. ... (12 replies)


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