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... Let's start with some good news. Since you have less pain and tingling in your arm, you have time to find the right surgeon and the right surgery. ... (27 replies)
... Yes. Any fusion has that risk. And the same goes for laser surgery or posterior fusions. Only something like a laminoplasty will avoid that as it's doesn't have a fusion. ... (27 replies)
... spine with herniation, and a fractured sternum. ... (3 replies)

... On March 20th I had a 3 level ACDF at C4,C5,C6,C7 within 4 days all of the pain and numbness I had in my shoulder, arm and fingers was gone. ... (2 replies)
... major car accident in 1990. Chiro for 3 yrs after it, and then just learned to live with the pain. Until April of 2011 when I woke up from sound sleep feeling like I had a knife behind my left shoulder blade and complete numbness in my left arm. ... (27 replies)
... If, for example, when they rap your knee with the little mallet to check your reflexes, if your leg responds more than normal, it can be a sign of cervical cord compression. ... (26 replies)
... For spinal fusion surgery it wasn't too long ago that two surgeries were scheduled, the insertion of the plate and the removal according to my NS. ... (25 replies)
... oss shoulder blades etc if I move head too extravagantly. I drove a couple of days ago without too many problems tho wouldn't drive too far. Have had very little problem with swallowing and voice. I'm not up too working yet... still feeling whoosy and weak. Had sex in week one but had to be the one under... ... (22 replies)
... decomp surgery unless there was an actual problem with the hardware in some way? ... (16 replies)
... Hello All. I had surgery on Aug. 30th. I had 4 levels and 1 corpectomy ACDF. I was having problems with my legs, more so with my left leg. Heaviness, numbness, could hardly walk. This went on for at least 8 years getting worse each year. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Bobby, I had something very much like your describing before my fusion. I ended up with shoulder decompression, this was almost 1yr. exactly before my fusion. ... (11 replies)
... Hey I just had a 3 level ACDF on 18 Jan 11. That pain in your lower neck I'm guessing is normal I experienced the same pain, I'm now 15 weeks out to the day and the pain is all but gone. ... (7 replies)
... t need surgery, and I went away relieved. A week later, the pain hit again. Not as bad as the first time, but bad. It prompted me to make the appointment for the ACDF surgery. Naturally, four days before the surgery, the pain backed off again. ... (10 replies)
... recover since you are very athletic. I used to do high impact aerobics and didn't return to that until about a year later. I had to quit again because of a problem with my fusion, but it did feel good and helped my pain to go back to working out. ... (12 replies)
... I vent on this board when my whining runneth over and I sit in a warm tub with a glass of wine when I just cant take the pain anymore. ... (2 replies)
... with plate and 6 screws. 5 weeks ago I had fusion C67, removal of original plate and new one put in. ... (7 replies)
... I had pain in both arms, hands and upper back scapula area. The surgery fixed my left but I still have problem with my right. After discogram, I learned I have tears in two other discs along with a protrusion of one into spinal area. ... (79 replies)
... ur fingertip and then the receiver on your spine and see if the nerve is good, bad or gone. Then they can go to different segments of your arm and find where the problem is....wrist, elbow, shoulder, collarbone wherever. It would be much better than an MRI which focuses on one area at a time. ... (4 replies)
... Unfortunetly,this is really common if they use your own bone for the graft and one of the biggest reasons that i went with donor bone.my husband went thru what you are going thru right now for many many weeks and actually had to use a cane just to get around. ... (1 replies)
... h and am in good shape otherwise. The operation itself was actually a breeze for me. I expected much worse and was pleasantly surprised at how uneventful it was. With one minor exception, they didn't give me any pain meds. Shift change, pharmacy closed, etc...I know, crazy, huh? ... (5 replies)




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