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... matter the mattress I woke up in terrible pain.Then I began having burning pain across the back of my neck last april 2014.and then began sleeping in a recliner. After an MRI it was discovered I had a herniated disc and was advised to go home and alternate heat and ice. ... (1 replies)
... Hello everyone, I am new to health boards and this is my first post after being a reader for some time so finally taking the plunge to ask something! ... (0 replies)
Neck issues
Apr 8, 2015
... I had a 2 level ACDF in 2010. I found a few sites online prior to my surgery and copied and pasted the questions. I did ask many of these questions. ... (8 replies)

... Again, my chiro said he can adjust the neck after ACDF, but if I don't want it, he'll stay away from that area. ... (10 replies)
... Has anyone had chiropratic manipulation after ACDF? ... (10 replies)
... I just had new MRI's and was wondering if anyone can give me some feedback. I don't have an appt with the spine dr until April 23rd. I copied and pasted the MRI report. To me it seems limited with detail and information as compared to reports in the past. Any input would be appreciated. ... (0 replies)
... Thank you and you've made total sense out of this for me. Reason being, what I was thinking you put into words for me. But I wasn't sure. I had a 2 level fusion on C4-C5 and C5-C6 only 2 & 1/2 yrs. ago because the vertebras collapsed and were pressing on the spinal cord and the fluid wasn't flowing hardly at all. The Nero surgeon who did the surgery said I may or may not... (3 replies)
... minimal, mild, moderate and severe. If this were severe, chances are excellent you would be headed for surgery. Your doctor will correlate what he sees on the MRI with what he finds when examining you and checking your neurological signs. ... (3 replies)
... slight kyphosis at C3 unchanged from pre ACDF surgery. ... (1 replies)
... Started showing up after fall in March 2011. ... (15 replies)
MRI Analyses
Sep 21, 2012
... I also have not heard of someone needing to be in a collar for 3 months after ACDF surgery. ... (35 replies)
... I am to have another MRI concentrating higher up so to see if there is still something that can be done so that's a positive I guess. ... (15 replies)
... I went to PT, primarily for my weak left side 10 days after surgery. ... (15 replies)
... I went to PT, primarily for my weak left side 10 days after surgery. ... (15 replies)
... You say your surgery was about a month ago but then say you have been doing PT for a month....This would be crazy for them to start you on PT immediately after a fusion....It is usually started a month AFTER recovery.... ... (15 replies)
... When I woke up, my left side was weak. Couldn't walk, couldn't do much with the left arm. After a month of PT, it's coming along very slowly. ... (15 replies)
... There are many posts here by people who've recently had ACDF's, most recently including Hamsta's thread. You could also read the List of Items to Have at Home After ACDF thread that's in the header section. ... (9 replies)
... I'd like to get any necessary shopping done this weekend if possible, and while I've looked at the ACDF post surg list here as well as general post spine surg lists on other boards, I still have a few questions. ... (3 replies)
... years ago. The MRI shows the plate is fixed and stable. shortly after my surgery I started having swallowing problems and the feeling of preassure in my throat. ... (8 replies)
... Have you had a new MRI or other imaging recently to see the status of your plate and other structures to see if the plate is causing the issues you are experiencing? ... (8 replies)


Associated Tags: acdf surgery, central stenosis, cervical disc, ddd, foraminal stenosis, myelopathy, osteoarthritis, pip, spasticity

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