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... ted in the procedure I had done two years ago. I researched all my options for the 8 months of endless therapy and testing and concluded my best bet was surgery with Dr. Jho. ... (2 replies)
... I returned from surgery with Dr. ... (3 replies)
... I'm considering seeing Dr. Jho for correction of cervical stenosis. ... (9 replies)

... Archives from old spinal forums are no longer accessible. In an effort to keep the account of my experience in the searchable public domain, I'm reposting the report of my surgical experience from 3 years ago with Dr. ... (9 replies)
... Hey sick of pain if I may trouble you for your experience and situation with Dr Jho. I have a surgery scheduled on the 11th. What was your specific injury? ... (9 replies)
... Here is my experience with Dr. Jho. Like many of us, I was really concerned when Neurosurgeons started recommending fusion for my neck issues. ... (16 replies)
... It sounds like the anesthesiology team you had was a disaster. I think Dr. Jho has since moved to a different hospital. I will certainly be cautious about anesthesia based on your experience. ... (9 replies)
... I have had quite the negative experience with Dr Jho. I had surgery this year in February and even up to this very day, I am worse off now than before the surgery. ... (9 replies)
Dr Jho Pittsburgh
Oct 11, 2003
... I have had quite the negative experience with Dr Jho. I had surgery this year in February and even up to this very day, I am worse off now than before the surgery. ... (5 replies)
... y responsive. Will speak to Schiffer Monday, then possibly send MRIs, but not before we talk first. Mine is complex, so will see what he says. Also contacted Dr. Jho in Pittsburgh, but did not like his demeanor at all. You, or anyone have any experience with Dr. Jho? ... (14 replies)
... I need some hope for getting my life back. Anyone with experience with this procedure, I would love to hear from you. I know it is not an easy one. ... (16 replies)
... as not experiencing a lot of pain and wished to avoid surgery if possible. He was absolutely insistent I see a neurosurgeon, explaining that he had had a patient with a similar condition to mine that had ignored his advice and gone skiing. He fell, hit his head and was now a quadriplegic. ... (8 replies)
... I had surgery with Dr. ... (9 replies)
... Your symptoms are a bit odd...the feet are not common with cervical spine. Finger and hand numbness and tingling is common. ... (10 replies)
... although this is sporadic and more of a nuisance. Although one ns suggested surgery,a 2nd opinion suggested I live with my symptoms as long a I can. I should note that a coworker had a posterior foraminatomy 2 years ago. ... (10 replies)
... SORRY IT HAS TAKEN SO LONG TO GET BACK TO THE BOARD BUT YESTERDAY WAS A LONG GRULING DAY AND TODAY WAS LONG AT WORK.I SAW DR CAMMISA YESTERDAY, AND HERE'S HOW IT WENT. ... (3 replies)
... I'm really saddened to hear about your experience and your present state! All people with spine problems are only separated by a few degrees at best. So I empathize with you. ... (11 replies)
... The only 'good' news is my back doc said that he would suggest that I don't do anything with my neck unless I experience weakness in my arms. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, Melanie Dawn; Thanks for your reply to my virgin post to this board. You said/asked: "Some reversal may happen if taken care of quickly. But the main reason is still to halt the progression of symptoms. Do you have the hyper reflexes and spacticity? When do you see your surgeon and make some decisions?" I'm not troubled as yet with any measurable hyper-reflexes or... (16 replies)




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