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Spine Stonsis
Nov 2, 2013
... L3 hip replacement,another sacroiliac surgery can not put pressure on left leg muscle loss thigh pain and numbness my feet pads fill like on fire. ... (0 replies)
Spinal stenosis
Oct 18, 2013
... L3 hip replacement,another sacroiliac surgery can not put pressure on left leg muscle loss thigh pain and numbness my feet pads fill like on fire. ... (0 replies)
... ACDF. I asked him all kinds of questions. But the decision is eventually up to me. Here is my thinking. One I don't like ESI'S I had them for my low back and they did not do squat!!!! I also think all they do is mask the problem for a while. ... (29 replies)

... S1. one year ago while surfing experienced electrical quick pain in outer left thigh. From there pain went into back of left leg and than that stopped and pain went into lower back. ... (3 replies)
... of the leg symptoms but still have alot of pain in my back. doctor says i need a discogram to make sure of the exact location of the pain. he doesnt want to just fuse one lvl just to find out it was the one above it. ... (1 replies)
... e i was just wondering if any one had it done. I did see other DR and they all said the hardware has to come out and i need to be refused but now their going to fuse me in the front and than flip me and fuse the back. ... (7 replies)
L5 S1 ALIF march
May 12, 2013
... I recently had ALIF on the L5 S1 on march 12th trying to find others that's had this surgery to see recovery time. After a yr dealing with pain and hurting work and other things I like to do I had ALIF surgery. ... (0 replies)
... LUMBAR CT-MYELOGRAM: Postsurgical changes of L2-biiliac posterior instrumented fusion with no evidence of hardware complication. Redemonstrated partially imaged spinal cord stimulator with leads extending into the lower thoracic spinal canal. Unchanged hyperdense cement material within the L2 vertebral body. Lumbar spine alignment appears within normal limits. Vertebral body... (9 replies)
... Being that the surgery itself is going to be in the front and the back, what other risks should we be aware of and what are the chances of this surgery making him worse? ... (1 replies)
... Did your surgeon mention anything about fusion to avoid collapsed disc.In laminectomy , at times they do fuse the adjoining spines to avoid future collapsing. ... (9 replies)
... I am the wife of a 40 year old man that has had five lower back surgeries. He is suffering from failed back syndrome as a result of his first fusion. The best thing that you can do is remain nicotine free. ... (10 replies)
... I usually post on the back problems area of this message board, you should also check out that area, as alot of people there have had lumbar fusions. ... (1 replies)
... spine surguries, you can imagine that I'm not too keen on rushing into this. I've had four levels done in my neck with two anterior approaches. These failed to fuse and a posterior approach was used to redo everything and all new instrumentation. My neck is better but not out of the woods yet. ... (2 replies)
... way too much. This whole mess has caused a host of emotional issues because I do not deal well with pain, not to mention severe chronic pain. I want to do the surgery because I need to get better, for myself and for my husband and daughter, but at the same time I am terrified. I don't want to go through it again. ... (10 replies)
... me you fused, and they cannot clearly determine if it is the T12 vertebrae or the T11 endplate. Enplates are the horizontal surface of the vertebrae. When they fuse you the endplates the bone graft all grow together. ... (4 replies)
Options offered
Feb 8, 2007
... S1 about 10 years ago, and did not fuse then, either. The way he explains it, the disc, after a rupture, will actually seal itself off. ... (11 replies)
? on Fusion
Sep 28, 2003
... difies harder than bone. I'm not sure, in this case, how big of a role the actual act of fusion would play....I would think that my own bone would still need to fuse with the "cement", just as in any other bone grafting procedure. ... (3 replies)
... Oh boy, my l5 discectomy did help, but now its "collapsed" and the 3 above are bulging as of my last mri a few yrs ago. ... (42 replies)
... The question is whether to redo the anterior fusion, or to leave the PEEK in place and posteriorly fuse the facets and add screws. ... (7 replies)
... twice...I didn't fuse the first time so a yr later had an anterior posterior fusion with the rods and screws at the same level. ... (12 replies)

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