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... e I teach. I don't have to do any heavy lifting of items and I don't have to carry any paper work around. Is this really a doable option if anyone who's had this surgery could respond that would be great. ... (20 replies)
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... weeks before going back to work. ... (20 replies)
... Ruth, I thank you for your response, and i greatly appreciate it. :) GBU and may you have continued success with your recovery. (7 replies)
... I'm not clear what type of surgery you had when you say a decompression. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Jacqee and welcome to the forum. Having had several back surgeries, I can tell you that recovery takes TIME. Once you are healed well, I see no reason you can't ride your bike and work out, tho you may have to change your routine to accomodate your back. ... (3 replies)
... S1 spinal decompression and fusion with instrumentation with left iliac crest bone graft" unquote. My doctor simply told me that he went in through my back from an older surgery site and inserted two titanium rods with 8 screws and the bone from my hip. ... (6 replies)
... taking it an hour at a time. To promote fusion and successful 'anchoring', your movements will be restricted. However, they encourage walking as it facilitates recovery and healing. My guess is that you won't even want to THINK of bike riding. Someone else posted a very good analogy. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Are you back to work as a medic ? ... (24 replies)
L5 s1 fusion help
Sep 27, 2008
... en that fibro and arthiritis I am disabled at 35. I got 3 opinions and wish i had gotten just one more. My tailbone pain is gone but everything I was told before surgery about hospital stay and procedure wasnt true. I woke up when rolled into recovery. They were great in there and were right on me controlling pain and such. ... (20 replies)
... I would only consider back fusion as the last resort. It is very painfull and the recovery is long and the results are not guaranteed. ... (24 replies)
... My biggest advice is to follow your doctors advice and do not lift, bend or twist after surgery because it will disrupt the fusion process. ... (5 replies)
... foot. Is this normal and what is the recovery time? ... (2 replies)
... My pain is certainly dependant on how I sit, when I lay on my back with my feet propped up on pillow I literally have no pain. When I sit in a chair or in my car I get up crippled, like I am 90. ... (5 replies)
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... L5 disc along with it bulging out severely to the back when I would sit. ... (5 replies)
... When I finally got my MRI with contrast before my L5 S1 PLIF, lamidectomy. It said L5 S1 grade 1 anterolisthesis with bilateral L5 spondylosis. ... (54 replies)
... I have been living with back pain for well over thirty years. I have been diagnosed with DDD. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for the information. However I think my surgery was a bit more. ... (32 replies)


Associated Tags: bulging disc, ddd, disc herniation, disectomy, fusion, herniated, l5/s1, laminectomy, spondylolisthesis

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