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... If it is he reccomends a Posterior Cervical Foraminotomy. ... (3 replies)
... SpineAZ, this was a very informative post. I have been trying to decide whether to get a posterior foraminotomy or a one level ACDF. My C6 nerve is being compressed due to an enlarged facet joint in a foramen that is almost closed. ... (29 replies)
... my issues are with the C5 and C6 nerve, although doctors describe my foraminal and cervical canal stenosis as minimal to moderate. So I have not rushed into surgery, as I want to make sure this nerve compression is actually coming from my neck. ... (17 replies)

... bulletin board community, and I would really value some input from people who have undergone posterior cervical foraminotomy or know something about it. ... (4 replies)
... The ACDF was so long ago that I don't remember the recovery well. As I had hardware put in, the surgeon said I had no need for a collar. Even so, I think I was quite tentative for a couple of months. ... (17 replies)
... expecting to set a date for ACDF. Instead, my neurosurgeon, after looking at MRIs taken today and three months ago, has changed his recommendation to Posterior Cervical Foraminotomy. ... (4 replies)
... up from those who have had this procedure done in terms of reporting on how their surgery and recovery went. ... (14 replies)
... The posterior aproach is a more painful surgery recovery and surgery itself. I ended up with a staph infection after the surgery and was hospitallized for 1 week. ... (28 replies)
... C7 segment I had fused in 2006. I had a posterior foraminotomy in 08 to open the foraminotomy and it was very painful. In posteriori neck surgery they disect thru muscles in the back of the neck. ... (29 replies)
... on Monday the 16th. Recovery room was awful. ... (1 replies)
... on Monday. Recovery was awful. ... (0 replies)
... Please let me know how your recovery goes! For my ACDF I was out of workf or 6 weeks, I'm not sure how long this posterior cervical foraminotomy will keep me out. ... (10 replies)
... Just got back from the doc's and he said I will probably need a posterior cervical foraminotomy. ... (0 replies)
... night stay but turned into an outpatient procedure. Very little pain or recovery time needed. It should be a minimally invasive procedure and could be described as microsurgery. ... (23 replies)
... My chain of events are a bit backwards from yours meaning that I had the foraminotomy and now I may be going in to have an ADR, or ACDF. ... (10 replies)
... rdware put in. They simply drilled out a piece of bone, removed the part of the disc that was pressing on the nerve and freed up more space, and closed it up. My recovery was fast, I was back at work full time in just over two weeks. ... (28 replies)
... Thanks for sharing your story. It's similar to mine. So far Ice, Heat & traction have relieved most of my pain. Still there but not as intense. I wish you well on your recovery. Please keep us posted. :) (7 replies)
... I have been thru cervical and lumbar surgery. Several surgeries on both areas. ... (5 replies)
... C7 2006 then posterior cervical foraminotomy with some bone fragments also used to help the fusion in 2008. ... (17 replies)
... partial hemilaminectomy and decompressive foraminotomy utilizing a less than one inch incision and microsurgical techniques. This can almost always be done in an outpatient setting. ... (7 replies)

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