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... there is almost no difference in their training. A surgeon needs to know about both nerves and bones in order to understand the mechanics of the spine. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you for your reply's. I did confirm that my husband is getting a CT scan for his appointment. He had surgery on Oct 4th to fuse L5 and S1 and then a nerve decompression. ... (10 replies)
... S1 fused. All I heard for a while was nerve root irritation and "nerve flare ups". My first year after my fusion was frankly a nightmare. ... (16 replies)

... uch you are walking, but it could be contributing to your pain. Walking is the most important thing you can do post surgery. It helps to stretch out the spinal nerves which helps to keep scar tissue from attaching to them as it develops and fills in post surgery. ... (4 replies)
... Welcome to the board. It looks like you are having surgery to counter stenosis and to make more room for the nerves. This surgery is fairly straight forward, but they do have to go through the back and the big muscles that are in the way, so you will be sore after the surgery. ... (5 replies)
... k patients have been dealing with problems for a long time and as a result have had to curtail most physical activities due to pain. Some people postpone having surgery until they are almost in a wheelchair, so they obviously are not beginning recovery in peak condition. But in a way, I think it may be easier for them. ... (28 replies)
... I'm sorry your having such a hard time. I've never had a cervical fusion but have had many lumbar and the pain was always worse after the surgery. ... (6 replies)
... On Oct. 21st I underwent my 7th lumbar surgery and it was a mess. ... (8 replies)
... S1 discectomy surgery in 2006 done by a neurosurgeon. I developed scar tissue but it never caused any problems. About 2 years after that surgery i had another part of that disc fragment off. I had leg pain for a couple months but the doctors said it was a small enough piece that my body would absorb it. ... (1 replies)
... You've pretty much summarized your situation, and have already said most of what I would say to you, so you have a good grasp of the situation. This surgery takes a great deal out of anyone, no matter their age or physical condition when they go into it. Getting over the surgical part isn't the hard part... ... (6 replies)
... It is normal to have a certain amount of nerve pain after lumbar surgery. ... (13 replies)
... Prior to my second back surgery and at the direction of my Ortho surgeon, we met with a high risk OB and Anesthesiologist to get our questions answered. ... (1 replies)
... that's another thing that bothers me, I lost 4 days of my life after the surgery. I have no memory of those days, the only things I know is what my Mom told me. I'm wondering if there are any effects temporary or permanent. ... (23 replies)
... I am also extremely stiff. Feels like someone clamped my back down since surgery. I am 1 yr 2 months after surgery and still dealing with that problem. I have been going to pt and that has caused the pain to shoot through the roof. ... (4 replies)
... Im 4 weeks out from back fusion myself and was having horrible pain on left calf, shin area which started a few days after the surgery i was given norco and flexiril which didnt help, my surgeon kept saying it was because the nerves were irritated. ... (3 replies)
... y yours was. I have never heard of doing a fusion surgery in two parts unless it is a 360 procedure where the surgeon operates first from the anterior side, and after that is completed, the patient is flipped over and the posterior side surgery is done. ... (5 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Having had four lumbar spine surgeries, I really hate hearing stories like yours... ... (2 replies)
... d the sensations run down a particular path that is called a "dermatome." You can look online for a "dermatome map" and you will see the path that the L4 and L5 nerves cover... ... (19 replies)
... How long did it take you after ACDF to start feeling human again? ... (5 replies)
... you used prior to your surgery. I'm am giving this all I can and have worked very hard for the past few months to get to this point, and I don't want to cancel surgery because I so crazed! I do need something to calm me down other than meds, I take enough of those! My surgery is scheduled for May 20th. ... (11 replies)

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