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... Hi, I'm new to this forum and just had a 3 level cervical ADR performed by Dr. ... (2 replies)
... I was hoping I would be offered the ADR but once I saw the discogram results I knew in my heart that was off the table as an option. There was just to many things at to many levels. ... (6 replies)
... The reason why I had to have so many levels operated on is this. ... (2 replies)

... I'm not completely closed about going oversees, but since I live only 2 hrs from Canadian border I'd like to find someone in Canada. Also, I think the device is approved now in Canada so hopefully they won't give me any problems.... ... (9 replies)
... Yes, as Teteri66 said, ADR would not necessarily address all the issues. ... (5 replies)
... I had a 2 level cervical disc replacement done with the ADR method, here in London in July 2005. I have just had my 2 year sign off. ... (5 replies)
... Hello All, Thanks for posting. I have been away a few days, plus very busy researching, talking to doctors offices etc. As it stands I have postponed the surgery I was due to have this week. It would have been C3 to T1 fusion. ... (161 replies)
... I have researched spinal soutions since 2002. This info is a mix of my own experience, research, what I have learned from Doctors here in the US and in Europe. So, please don't take it as gospel, just a learning curve. ... (161 replies)
... ve received so much help from this board that I thought it might be useful for other if I wrote up my experiences so others might learn from my thought processes. ... (8 replies)
... Last year there was concern that I might have herniated the disk between C3 and C2 and I looked into an ADR for the one area and that was when I was told that it can't be done that high. So I asked a few more questions about how many can be done in the neck and was told 1 ADR at that time. ... (44 replies)
... both herniated and degenerated to the point where there's not much left of either of them. I'm up near Watertown, NY, and my surgeon I was seeing is in Syracuse also. ... (9 replies)
... Hi...I have improved after about 2 months. I was dizzy with almost non stop headache for weeks. I think he touched a nerve during the ablation and I took awhile to recover. I will always have some pain from the fusion and ADR...but it is less than before the procedure. How are you now? ... (2 replies)
... That's the great thing about science...it's always moving forward. I am very excited about the new advancements in spine surgeries. ... (5 replies)
... First off dont get offended but a four level is NOT rare. ... (18 replies)
... Ms Donnaq, I hope you're feeling better since your post. I googled the procedure and other web sites list patient outcomes. My symptoms are similar to yours, i.e. head and neck pain. ... (2 replies)
... I see my neurosurgeon here in the UK once a year for a check up, and last saw him in June. I have very good flexion in my neck and a good range of movement. ... (4 replies)
... to learn more. It is not widely used as not many insurance plans cover it and not every person who needs neck surgery is a candidate for the procedure. In 2006 I was told that since I had more than one cervical level with damage I was not a candidate. He knew that eventually the other levels would deteriorate. ... (35 replies)
... ith mild focal concavity involving the superior endplate of C7. The T1 and T2 vertebral bodies are of adequate height and signal. There is slight reversal of the cervical lordosis centered at the C6 level, without significant anterior subluxation or scoliosis. ... (12 replies)
... weeks ago. But mine was only one level. I feel great. It was a pretty easy surgery. I went in on a thur morning, and was home on friday at noon. I had minimal pain in my neck, really I had none. My pain was in my hip, where they took the bone from. That still hurts on occasion. ... (5 replies)
... have not explained. I have had severe pain in the cervical and lumbar spine for many years. The cervical one, from 1982 when I had a neck injury and fractured 2 vertebrae. The last 2 MRIs were taken this past Feb. ... (7 replies)


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