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... S1 fusion and decompression with instrumentation. I have no back pain, just pain over the bone graft area on my right hip at the back. ... (3 replies)
... New poster with Prolapsed L4 S1 , been in pain for over 3 years and had multiple MRIs and Surgeon consults via my private health . ... (1 replies)
... s1 and more decompression of the nerves. ... (5 replies)

... plus decompression and urged me to not wait too long. ... (54 replies)
... L5. They are scheduling NUCLEOPLASTY and DECOMPRESSION for me. ... (14 replies)
... I am scheduled to have this axialif surgery done on Monday, May 18th and I'm not really sure about it. Helppppp!!!!! I hurt my back at work in December of 2005 which ended up being 3 buldging discs that caused severe pain. The first Dr. I was sent to (by workman's comp) put me on percocet and sent me to pain management for those epidural injections over a 6 month period,... (1 replies)
... Well, I had my new MRI, pelvic CT & surgeon follow up last Wednesday ... As soon as the orthopedic surgeon met me in the exam room, he pointed out/correlated exactly what's causing all my pain & why it got considerably worse after the 10/2013 laminectomy. He said I have a Pars Interarticularis Fracture (from prior surgery) at the S1 level; the nerves are very inflamed &... (3 replies)
... Well, I had my new MRI, pelvic CT & surgeon follow up last Wednesday ... As soon as the orthopedic surgeon met me in the exam room, he pointed out/correlated exactly what's causing all my pain & why it got considerably worse after the 10/2013 laminectomy. He said I have a Pars Interarticularis Fracture (from prior surgery) at the S1 level; the nerves are very inflamed &... (6 replies)
... Superman Welcome. You have found a great place for support. I had the denesyes stablization surgery the end of Feb. I went back to work after 2 weeks which was by my choice. I could not afford to stay home long. I have 6 rods and screws and am progressing right along. When I am at home I do not wear my brace but still wear it at work. I have had my share of problems... (6 replies)
... S1 decompression and interbody fusion. 59 year old male. ... (6 replies)
... sures to see if the bulging disc can heal and back off the nerve. If the nerve can be freed up, surgery would not be required. Sometimes it is possible to do a decompression procedure to free up the nerve without doing a fusion. It just all depends on whether so much tissue would have to be removed that it would create instability. ... (7 replies)
... On 9/23/10 i had L-4 / S-1 anterior / posterior surgery with decompression, 2 pins 6 screws, and some bone. I was very happy the next day I could get out of bed without help and walk 50 ft no problem and not much pain. Next day same but up and down several times and walking 300 hundred ft or so no problem and felt like going home but no bowel movement so no go. That took 5... (1 replies)
... I had the anterior/posterior L-5 / S-1 back surgery fusion with decompression on 6/2/10. I received my back brace in the hospital, the hospital/surgeon made arrangements for the medical supply company to fit and deliver the back brace to me at the hospital, I also didn't get my bone stimulator until 3 weeks after the surgery. I was in the hospital four days, the physical... (22 replies)
... Hi Kevkli, When I had my surgery (laminectomy and open decompression) the strongest med they gave me was oxycodone 10/325. I have never taken morphine except for while I was in the hospital. (23 hour stay). Had surgery 12-18-06 & he didn't taper me down to Norco until April 07 and no pain meds by the first of May. Due to still having pain in my back started back on Norco... (3 replies)
3 Level Fusion
Oct 19, 2007
... Hi, I had fusion/laminectomy/decompression L4-S1 in May. Before surgery I was in terrible pain, it took a lot just to get to the end of everyday. After the surgery I was in extreme pain and wishing I had never done it, even after about 3 months. Now, coming up on 5 months I feel good. I am getting to the point that between 10 am and about 3 pm I feel great and have little to... (9 replies)
... C-Chip ~ Again no problem at all. :D First off you are seeing a spine surgeon and he/she is the one you listen to more then your GP when it comes to spine problems. That is unless you GP has a great deal of education on the spine? The spine surgeon is looking for disc problems when doing a discogram. I have had both cervical and lumbar discograms just prior to my... (8 replies)
... THERE IS SLIGHT RETROLISTHESIS OF L5 ON S1 . ... (0 replies)
... the left side of both discs. It seems to be the worst while I sit, standing for too long does the same thing. The only thing that has ever offered any relief is decompression of the disc. ... (8 replies)
... Hello teteri66, Thank you so much for your advise and initial assessment on my condition. I've on a acupuncture treatment and herbal supplements for the last 2 months and they seemed to help a lot initially. I also was on PT doing core strengthening exercises-pelvic tilts and etc. Then starting this month, it plateaued and started to have more symptoms : - nerve pain... (54 replies)
... Hello Monas :wave: , :bouncing: Welcome Home :bouncing: I am very happy to hear that you are doing so very well. It sounds as if your surgery was a success and I am very happy for you. I must say that I am very impressed that your surgeon had you transported into a rehabilitation center directly from the hospital. This was an option for me as well and I had regretted... (23 replies)


Associated Tags: bertolotti's syndrome, bulging disc, ddd, fusion, herniated, l4-s1 fusion, low back pain, spine surgery, spondylolisthesis

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