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... Been thru all conservative treatment and then some. ... (5 replies)
... S1 in order to address this issue. But now with the changes in technology, I am having a less invasive procedure and will only be in one night...and will not have additional hardware. ... (4 replies)
... I'm 50 and feeling 80. ... (2 replies)

... The patient has had posterior surgical fusion of the L4 through S1 segments. Alignment is anatomic. Hardware is intact. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Guys, As some of you know I have been having post fusion woes such as pain in the feet, etc.. I am about ten weeks post op and just had a Myelogram and CT Scan done. I haven't seen the doc and would like some help understanding my report. ... (4 replies)
... and the trauma and resulting MRI revealed that I had probably just greatly exacerbated problems that already existed but that weren't causing me any daily pain. ... (3 replies)
... I have been reading this forum for about a week now and boy oh boy... ... (44 replies)
... S1. For the past few months when I get a really bad spasm from one of those discs, I can not stand straight up and the top of my torso gets completely shifted to the right and the bottom of my torso gets shifted to the left. I look like an alien!!! I swear. ... (2 replies)
... I read through this thread again, and a few questions have popped up. Just a few weeks ago I believe you were able to walk without needing a cane or walker. What is the difference? ... (54 replies)
... g to is fairly standard procedure for one type of graft for fusion, but I believe what your doctor is talking about is a procedure that is different from fusion, and that does not involve fusing the spine. ... (60 replies)
... disc space at all at L5, is completely collapsed. NS referred to it as a black disc, as it was black on the MRI and was basically bone on bone. ... (3 replies)
... So my question has anyone had a 2 level fusion at these levels, and did it change the way you moved, bent over or did normal every day activities? ... (16 replies)
... S1 levels, Pedicle screws and rods L4 thru S1 levels. ... (2 replies)
... body will heal differently , so that being said take a deep long breath in and try to relax.. ... (2 replies)
Hip Pain
Jul 27, 2007
... Well glad to see I'm not alone! I wish I was a Barbie and could just rip my left hip out of socket at will. ... (10 replies)
... It's not great to have a fracture but I think it is better than having the screw piercing a spinal nerve. Assuming the bone graft takes and you get a solid fusion, things should heal up nicely. ... (5 replies)
... I think my previous xray was 7mm in flexion. Your comment of "Your spondylolisthesis is pretty minimal and your symptoms aren't all that debilitating. ... (15 replies)
L3 L4 L5 S1 fusion
Mar 27, 2011
... I'm a little surprised you had a 3 level laminectomy to begin with, as this often leaves the spine unstable. From your description of your issues, a fusion would be the logical next step in an attempt to address your issues. ... (8 replies)
... Good Morning Bionic Witch, Texaswildrose04, quietcook, Kari7171, and all other back and neck pain surrerers! ... (10 replies)
... I hate that phrase when people call into radio talk shows. BUT.... it fits. I have read this board for over a year and gotten to know many of you through your back problems, but until today I haven't posted. ... (2 replies)

Associated Tags: bulging disc, ddd, fusion, herniated, lumbar mri, sacrum, spondylolisthesis

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