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Lumbar surgery
Dec 17, 2018
... l5 fusion with cages another wanted to do the same but commented that this probably won't work.? ... (17 replies)
... Hello Everyone, I've been posting here for a while and need help on my new MRI report taken 10 days ago. Iím 12 months post-op with minimum invasive TLIF on L4-L5 due to unstable Grade 1+ spondy. I woke up with numbness from left knee down to toes and nerve pain from left thigh down to toes. It has not improved since surgery and I just had CT and MRI done last week for... (7 replies)
... Hello Everyone, I've been posting here for a while and need help on my new MRI report taken 10 days ago. Iím 12 months post-op with minimum invasive TLIF on L4-L5 due to unstable Grade 1+ spondy. I woke up with numbness from left knee down to toes and nerve pain from left thigh down to toes. It has not improved since surgery and I just had CT and MRI done last week for... (31 replies)

... l go to another doctor and requested it. I hope you're right that maybe I just need more time. We'll see after a year. I've already had one cortisone shot in the S1 area which did very little to relieve the sciatic pain. ... (8 replies)
... Removing screws from a spinal fusion are not that simple, Iím afraid. First there is always the involved risk when going in around spinal nerves....and they should be more or less able to tell if there is a screw coming in contact with a nerve from MRI imaging or a bone scan...but, no, it is 100% accurate! I believe I told you before about having sciatic like pain across... (8 replies)
... So this L3 level is next one up. ALSO had left SI fusion Jan. 3 2017, very good surgeon. ... (7 replies)
Lumbar surgery
Dec 15, 2018
... Numb feet is often a sign of nerve compression of primarily the L5 spinal nerves....which also affects the buttocks and groin, along with the S1 spinal nerves. ... (17 replies)
... Certainly a possibility! The Quadratus femoris muscle is innervated by the nerve that is formed from the anterior divisions of the L4, L5 and S1 nerve roots. This nerve also provides an articulate branch to the hip joint. ... (2 replies)
... I have some foraminal and inferior lateral spinal stenosis at L4, L5 and S1 causing pressure on at least one nerve root on the left side. ... (1 replies)
... Also, in my case, prior to my 2010 fusion from L3 to S1, multiple specialists all concurred that my symptoms were consistent with a L5 radiculopathy. ... (7 replies)
... Ginger, The best thing would be to invest in a work station where you can stand up instead of sit. I did this and it has made a tremendous difference in my low back strain. Plus it is just healthier to stand up. I get more exercise during the day too. I bought mine at staples. It is basically a high table with two leaves that you can fold in. Comes in black and cherry... (5 replies)
... Hello everyone, new to this site and I would just like to thank everyone for sharing their experiences. This is my experience...... I had an Anterior Spinal Fusion L5-S1 7wks ago. In the hospital I was fed the night of the surgery (steak and potatoes) which led to severely painful complications and caused me to spend an extra night in the hospital. Thank god that was... (8 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. Once you have had spinal surgery, it is important to always keep in mind that your back will never quite be the... (3 replies)
... I am 50 and am having back surgery on Oct. 28th. (L3-4 fusion, L5-S1 decompression) I am very nervous. Please has anyone had this and if so please tell me what to expect for recovery and pain and long term results. I love to bike ride, walk and work out. Will I still be able to do so? I also just had a complete knee replacement two months ago and it is still very sore. I had... (3 replies)
... Hello! It's been a few mths since I've posted here. On 4.26.2007 I had a level 1 fusion, L5-S1. My original diagnosis was 3 herniated discs in the lumbar area of my back. My surgeon decided to take a conservative approach and only fix the disc causing the most trouble. I'm still in pain all of the time. I called my surgeon's nurse today to get pain med refills only to be... (7 replies)
... OK I'm new here and I'm having a Lamenecomy Fusion L5 S1 at the end of the month and I was just woundering if anyone can tell me what to expect or their own story. ... (4 replies)
... Hi. I can relate to all of the above. My doctor is under investigation for fraud and taking kickbacks. He cared more about lining his pockets than he did about his patients. I agree with you and taking it day by day is right. I can't do much of anything anymore. I have serious nerve damage from all the manipulation and I have trouble severely just trying to pick up my new... (15 replies)
... I had my fusion in 2003. ... (15 replies)
... and that was 3 years ago and now I feel like I did before the fusion except now I have this popping noise rightin the joint wear my fusion is. I really hope that all it is just muscles and ligaments. Just don't over do it because it takes about a year for a fusion to take! ... (5 replies)
... Mom, I wanted to share with you that I have 3 different fusions and am fused from L3, L4, L5, L6 (extra vertebrae), S1 and S2. In 1982, I had my first fusion s1/s2 without hardware and they used the bone from the hip. I was 17 and back to work fulltime at 4 weeks post op. I remember that hip hurting up to a year afterwards into the groin and right side. I was fused rock... (5 replies)


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