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... ter i started with the horendous pain in my neck, r shoulder and r arm, by the time i needed my op it was going into my other arm and my knees were going red hot as well, legs feeling funny. ... (27 replies)
... em to the ones taken before surgery. I couldn't believe the difference and was amazed at the size of my four bone spurs. I now have a titanium plate and 5 screws as well as donor bone. ... (7 replies)
... As far as strengthening the muscles and needing to keep them strong, that is going to take an effort the rest of your life to add stability to an unstable area. ... (4 replies)

... like i mentioned in your other post,you just have too many areas of actual cord compromise that does need intervention before the issues become much worse.as far as your current NS goes,i would very hghly suggest trying anohter.this one does not appear to really even care abput you as a patient. ... (4 replies)
... the spasm faded, and at this point I'm back to normal. For a week or so, though... I don't know. I was in the same headspace as those first awful months. It taught me that it's as important to fight your own fears and negative emotions as it is to fight the pain. ... (0 replies)
... and am getting quite ansy about being free from the hard Aspen Collar. I believe it was SKZ who had the same operation around the same time as me but has healed without a collar. Oh, how I envy you. ... (14 replies)
... Over the past ten years I have heard many opinions and they usually differed and seemed self serving. As you can image, that didn't help matters. ... (3 replies)
Surgery or not?
Mar 25, 2007
... than Citow and Dr. Edon Doppenberg, both of whom are excellent. Dr. Citow is the Chair of Neurosurgery at Condell, but they both work out of Lake Forest Hospital as well. ... (6 replies)
... Marcia, thank you so much for your thoughtful and helpful reply...really sobering i have to admit but i know i have to hear it...I was all ready to do the surgery and they my neurologist was saying i should not rush into it...then i got confused about doing the surgery. Sometimes i feel like there is a lump in my throat when i swallow (since the injury) and i occasionally feel... (20 replies)
... is relieved the much higher risks you have of having some permanent types of damage to your cord,trust me,you don't want to go there.from what you have described as far as symptoms,i really do think that you are at the point where you really DO need some sort of surgical intervention. ... (20 replies)
3 weeks Post Op
Feb 17, 2007
... m getting myself occupied with my future endeavors while resting my body as much as it needs. ... (3 replies)
After ACDF c5-7
Feb 13, 2007
... REST is a huge part of the healing process and it doesn't sound as though you've been getting much. It's great that you've felt up to doing stuff, but it really is important that you do everything in moderation for a while. ... (9 replies)
... you DO need to check out the central canal stenosis as far as how bad this really is,this needs attention if it is starting to actually change or even touch the actual spinal cord. ... (24 replies)
... and this goes with any other organ damage as far as picking it up in bloodwork alone? ... (3 replies)
... n to ask your NS,just IMMEDIATELY write it down in this notebook or paper.if i hadn't done this,honestly,many really great questions would have been lost forever as i would forget them almost as soon as they came to me if i hadn't written them all down like as SOON as they hit my head. ... (5 replies)
... for me it really wasn't as awful as I had anticipated. ... (19 replies)
... could collapse, which could possibly then leave fusion as your only resort. ... (19 replies)
... When Adam was born he had a skin tag over the base of his spine as well as a slightly raised lump. ... (12 replies)
... i am only asking as each will only show certain things in a certain way.have you actually seen the report that was created by the radiologist who actually read the films? ... (1 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 syndrome.it is actually caused by damage to the sympathetic nervous system. ... (2 replies)




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