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... acdf I'm starting to think about cardio fitness rehab to prepare myself to go back to work. ... (1 replies)
... when the pain returned, and I ended up with the 2nd ACDF about 1 year after the 1st. After the 2nd ACDF, I have been extremely cautious about resuming the exercise. ... (8 replies)
... but i didnt have health insurance so ihave only been going to pain management since then. I recently applied for vocational rehab and they sent me to all these drs and paid for everything and mris bone scans, etc.. ... (2 replies)

... I also know that the rehab portion will be a mother as well. ... (17 replies)
Acdf c-6-7
Feb 6, 2012
... lling and asking why this is even occuring from HIS impressions compared to level of cord impact you just had. and why or if there just IS any plan here for your rehab as well. ... (10 replies)
... Hi FL, i hope you pop back in to check this,you were accidently locked.but i really wanted to answer your post as i too have horners is actually caused by damage to the sympathetic nervous system.mine was damaged when my NS had to go into my actual spinal cord to remove what was basically a little glob of blood vessels that kept oozing blood from time to time. ... (2 replies)
... I had ACDF surgery Jan 30, 2013. The surgery was suppose to be at C3 C4 with a plate. ... (1 replies)
Acdf c-6-7
Feb 7, 2012
... rt ssd did NOT know about, so according to THEM, everything with me was just wonderful, despite very in depth documentation of rehabbing back my leg in an actual rehab hosp, and my L hand was clawing too. ... (10 replies)
... or a lot of pain and suffering and more surgery. I'm 7 months out from my surgery. Mostly recovered. Back to work for 6 weeks now. You are going to have some rehab when your fusion is healed enough to start rehabbing. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Mooregolf. Sorry to not have talked to you earlier...been sick and having trouble staying upright for very long. I've never had an ACDF....both my neck surgeries were far more extensive. Had the spinal canal rebuilt on 5 vertebrae and then had 6 of them fused with the second operation. But from what I've read on here and from those I've met, you should be okay to have... (8 replies)
... I am going to have an acdf in about a week. I am supposed to follow up that surgery in about 6 weeks with a total left knee surgery. ... (8 replies)
... ablation procedures and PT to rehab the joint. ... (17 replies)
... Hi Toonces, My ortho surgeon FINALLY referred me to a pain management doctor a few weeks ago. He's the one who did my ESI. I am going to speak to him next Tuesday, since my ortho seemed unsympathetic to my pain when I spoke to him yesterday about how my Vicodin wasn't doing jack! Good luck to you, also! (10 replies)
... rootsy and nochange - I had/have similar issues. I'm 34. I had 2 ESIs with no relief, and then had ACDF at c5-6 one year ago. I still have quite a bit of pain in my neck and shoulder blade area with some pain radiating down to my elbow. It is better than before surgery, but I need to take pain medication every day in order to be able to work. I have had scans and tests... (10 replies)
... Dear Sundance - you are on the road to recovery!! It can take a long time, but you will see continual, gradual improvement. Plus we tend to start doing more and then get little setbacks. I feel you may be one of these people. I inserted your questions and my answers. 1A. For those who feel the ACDF helped, could you share how much better you feel today and how long... (5 replies)
... It does make you wonder about all these rehab differences. I'm sure some docs are conservative for a reason and the unknown factor. Maybe the less conservative docs learn they need less from experience. ... (18 replies)
... I find it ironic that he was supposed to be the more conservative of the two neurosurgeons my Physical Rehab doctor sent me too. The first doctor recommended a one level so I could have a faster recovery period. ... (10 replies)
... I am a hand therapist so I don't lift people like when I used to work in skilled nsg or rehab but as a hand therapist you constantly are using your hands at near full strength gripping and pinching.. ... (5 replies)
... I had my ACDF C5-C-7 on November 16th and I'm feeling really good. There is some stiffness and soreness but pretty much pain free. The worst part about the surgery will be the sore throat afterwords and I had some coughing issues from the Meds, but please make sure you take those meds!! It helps keep you comfortable, LOL!! Also I had to wear the hard collar, which is... (16 replies)
... I did end up going to a neurologist about a couple months ago...who told me just wait and see...encouraged me to go to rehab specialist...which I may try in the new year...The thing is...I am just saturated with doctors...and tired of telling the story... ... (3 replies)

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