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... most likely in a month's time. Our family is scared for surgery but now realize it's the only choice. ... (9 replies)
... Like most of the other posters have said the decision to have surgery is completely up to you. My daughter was born with spondy and when she was about 11 it was diagnosed. ... (15 replies)
... Right now I'm 6 weeks out from the surgery and my back is feeling better than it has since I was in elementary school. ... (15 replies)

... S1 fusion for spondy stage 2 just after my 21st birthday.. At first everything went really well but unfortunately I didn't fuse. I am booked for my second surgery this July at the age of 23. I am in alot more pain now than I was before and sometimes I wish I had never gone through with the surgery. ... (15 replies)
... t times. I injured my back pushing a double stroller uphill! It is amazing at how quickly life can change at one little incident. I'm afraid I am going to need surgery in the near future. ... (29 replies)
... ged what I believe to be the "inevitable". I believe I have been jumping through hoops to satisfy the insurance companies. I know there are dangers involved with surgery but I want this pain to go away. I have read your posts with great interest and have mixed feelings about recovery. I love playing golf and bowling. ... (15 replies)
... Each doctor's approach to recovery is different. ... (15 replies)
... In hindsight, I probably waited longer than I should have, but you never know for sure. I know one person who had surgery very quickly after first signs of nerve compression and she ended up with permanent nerve it isn't always a matter of timing! ... (15 replies)
... Another type of spondylolisthesis is degenerative spondylolisthesis, occurring usually after age 50. ... (11 replies)
... Instrumented Fusion and Lumbar decompression for Spondylolisthesis and spinal stenosis.... ... (2 replies)
... The important thing is to discuss with an Orthopedic Spine Surgeon or Neurosurgeon what Grade of Spondylolisthesis you have. ... (93 replies)
... Good luck. Patients with a spondylolisthesis at least statistically show the best success rates. ... (93 replies)
... My daughter also postponed having fusion until after her finals last year. Her last final was June 9th and surgery was on June 10th. A great way to start summer vacation. You should talk this over with your dr. ... (32 replies)
... trained, and is experienced in this 360 fusion and does it frequently. It is a complex surgery so you need to really check this out with the surgeon you select. Otherwise, your chances of a good recovery are substantially reduced. ... (5 replies)
... Unless there is new technology that I am unaware of, the only thing that will keep the spondylolisthesis from progressing is a fusion. ... (2 replies)
... Oh, wow can I relate with your post!! My daughter was diagnosed with congenital spondylolisthesis about five years ago when she was 11. She had three pretty good years with only moderate flare ups that ususally resolved itself with rest. ... (9 replies)
... After 10 years of suffering gradually worsening pain I finally had a spinal fusion on July 7th of this year. Even though the recovery is frustratingly slow I can already say it was the best decision I ever made. ... (93 replies)
... What I said earlier about spine surgery in general is that it is not like other surgeries where something is removed or repaired and after the surgical incision heals, the body returns to normal. ... (54 replies)
Sep 12, 2006
... s insurance is who dictates your treatment, they seem to have a routine to follow starting with the most passive treatment and working thru all of them until the surgery is the last. I must say that many do respond to the passive treatment and can put off surgery for many years. ... (5 replies)
... of the surgery. The doctor probably had to tug on the nerve to free it up. Chances are good that it will eventually go away, but it may take some time. I had surgery on Sept. ... (15 replies)

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