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... For your particular problem that is located in the c spine, i would most definitely seek out a good neurosurgeon.They really do have much more experience in treating c spine problems. ... (9 replies)
... I had a neurosurgeon first, but eventually found the best spine clinic in my area and my surgeon was an ortho that specialized in the spine. ... (9 replies)
... L5 from a neurosurgeon in 2004 , My fusion failed, My Great Neurosurgeon told me nothing was wrong. So Now I am going for surgery from a OSS who has a fellowship . I think I am going to like this new doctor. Where are you from ? ... (9 replies)

... Went back to the Neurologist today. He asked me how I was doing and I told him not much better. We looked at the MRI and he told me what poor quality the MRI machine was. ... (3 replies)
Confused
May 21, 2014
... For most spinal issues it is more a matter of the individual doctor than whether you choose a neurosurgeon or an orthopedic spine surgeon. Their training is very similar when it comes to diseases and mechanics of the spine. ... (5 replies)
... SpineAZ, this was a very informative post. I have been trying to decide whether to get a posterior foraminotomy or a one level ACDF. My C6 nerve is being compressed due to an enlarged facet joint in a foramen that is almost closed. ... (30 replies)
... As bad as a fusion sounds, an ACDF is a very easy surgery for the patient. ... (30 replies)
... As bad as a fusion sounds, an ACDF is a very easy surgery for the patient. ... (30 replies)
... My neurosurgeon appointment was cancelled yesterday due to snow. ... (30 replies)
... thoughts. Just wanted to clarify about non medical professionals as many people mistakenly think that some boards have "on staff" Drs. who answer questions... ... (10 replies)
... have not yet gotten back toyou heather. way too much going on in my really insane life. things have finally somewhat calmed down for now anyways. but i DID want to get back to you with at least 'some" form of help here in your nightmare. ... (27 replies)
... Hi Sandy. SpineAZ asked to come on and talk to you about necks. I've had a lot of neck problems and 2 major neck surgeries. ... (27 replies)
... I have been having mild sciatic pain in my right leg for quite some time. Over the past 8 years I would, occasionally, have a back issue that would cause my sciatic nerve to become inflamed and cause me some discomfort. ... (0 replies)
... My neurosurgeon is considered a conservative surgeon. ... (26 replies)
... thing like surgery. Right now in my life I would be slightly happy if someone actually took my pain seriously. Ok I guess although I told myself I wasn't going to rant... ... (12 replies)
... not looking forward to it but glad the decision has been made and confident in the surgeon I chose. I live in the UK and in spite of a pretty good NHS system we have paid for private treatment for many years mostly to enable us to choose when and who does the work we need. ... (7 replies)
... I have spent a lot of time examining surgical options for cervical stenosis. On these boards there has been a lot of debate about fusion vs. decompression and the use of minimally invasive procedures. ... (12 replies)
Seeking answers
Apr 26, 2007
... nce with my problems and what I did. I agree with the others. I would not let the chiro touch me for these specific problems. You need to be under the care of a neruologist or neurosurgeon or even a spinal orthpedic surgeon, but since you have that cyst if it were me i would choose a neuro specialty. ... (5 replies)
... old female who was diagnosed last year with spinal stenosis and spondylosis without myelopathy and will soon be returning to the out of state clinic that diagnosed me for a recommended follow up mri. ... (8 replies)
... but I do choose my words carefully when talking with certain people. ... (17 replies)




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