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... is worse on the right side and the Neural canal at midline measures 9mm. I also have bone spuring on each of the vertebrae. Other levels of the spine appear normal. ... (4 replies)
... surgical treatments failed and I was still in pain. On April 23,2002, I had Anterior Cervical Discectomy at the Florida Hospital in Orlando Florida. ... (16 replies)
... The total time for fusion to complete is about a year. ... (22 replies)

... sides of the neck and down into both shoulder blades. I had same problem about a year ago and was told it was my shoulder also. I am scheduled for ACDF c5,C6,C7 at the end of the month. Doctor told me that the nerve is pinched and both sides will hurt. This all started again about 45 days ago. ... (80 replies)
... with no medical followup. My most recent accident was in 2004, a heavy duty truck rear ended me going 55mph when I was at a dead stop for a construction worker on a 2 lane highway. ... (3 replies)
... I'm at a crossroads. ... (7 replies)
... The second time, the NS told me that the first fusion put stress on the levels above and below it. The first NS had not warned me about that. ... (2 replies)
... y almost completely. All 4 surgeons said that leg symptoms is the sign of the maelopathy. He still have occasional numbness in his hands and arms. He has no pain at all. ... (14 replies)
... It worked well for about 12 years. The first fusion was done with donor bone. It was late 1989. ... (1 replies)
... and less often these days... but always have and surgeon did not promise any pain relief, just to stop further nuerological damage and and to prevent paralysis. At 5 weeks I think I am doing well compared to many... ... (5 replies)
... This is my first post. My boyfriend is 42 years old. He suffered a freak injury 8 months ago at the hands of an inept physical therapist. ... (4 replies)
... without hardware. Is this standard practice now. I've also read without fusion at the time of the first surgery, the neck vertebrae may eventually become unstable and a fusion will be the inevitable. ... (4 replies)
... C6 disc less then a month ago. My terrible pains started at the end of September. ... (80 replies)
... thought this was just a chronic problem and couldn't fix it. Finally earlier this year I requested an MRI and it showed that one level from before had not fused at all and the bone had disappeared. I do not smoke so they were confused why this would happen. ... (80 replies)
... C7 level. As many of you know this was my second fusion surgery. ... (7 replies)
... At the time C7 was not bad enough to do anything about per Dr. now I am back in the same place I was before I had the operation in 08. I do not want another operation. ... (5 replies)
... you can't even feel it. my fusion was a success in just two mos. that was 14 mos. ago. no problems yet. feel great..good luck to you. p.s. wear your collar at least two mos. ... (9 replies)
... hi there my name is cherylee i have had a spinal fusion C5/C6 i had pain in my right arm to start off with and now the pain has gone to my left arm i also have back pain inmy soulders i have become so very depressed and i cant sleep at night for the pain it has only been two weeks since the op is this normal and does this go away or is something wrong please someone... (5 replies)
... They are making you wait 6 months? Then you must not be un bend over excruciating pain. You should consider yourself lucky. I have DDD at 6/7, Herniated posterior and anterior at c5/6, and herniated posterior at c4/5. Fortunately not a lot of pain, but I won't be doing surgery. Read all you can about the Anatomy of the Discs. Read about "resorption" not "reabsorbtion" -... (80 replies)
C5, C6, C7 Fusion
Jun 11, 2002
... Leo: I an having the same symptoms you had except I am having pain and numbness in my right arm as well. My doctor wants to perform posterior (back) and anterior (front) procedures to fuse herniated discs at levels C4-C7. I am wondering if levels C4-C7 can be fused with just one entry, instead of a front and back entry? (16 replies)

Associated Tags: c5 c6, neural foraminal stenosis, spinal cord compression, spinal cord problem

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