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Newbie needs help
Aug 18, 2002
... that I have just had cervical surgery, C6 Vertebretomy and removal of discs above and below it.Anterior Cervical Disc Fusion with decompression, own bone from R Iliac crest with plate and screws. ... (10 replies)
Jun 26, 2002
... erve root bilaterally. He placed sublaminar wires around the lamina of L4 and L5 in a figure eight fashion, and snugged them up. He used my own bone from my left iliac crest. ... (3 replies)
Cervical Revision
Dec 27, 2016
... September of last year. 09/2015 I had: Procedure(s) and Anesthesia Type: * POSTERIOR CERVICAL FUSION C3-T2 WITH HARDWARE REMOVAL C4-T1, FORAMINOTOMY, LAMINECTOMY OF C6-T1. MOUNTAINEER, FLOSEAL - General * BONE GRAFT ILIAC CREST - General They also removed the back portions(Head part) of the 2 broken screws. This is the 2nd implementation of the... (5 replies)

... Hi!! I am a bit overwhelmed and could use some help I am a 35 year old female...I have been going to the doctor for thoracic back pain since March 1st..I have been through what feels like 5 different diagnosis since then and still no answers.. ... (6 replies)
Mri results
May 19, 2013
... fusion success rate even with smokers or users of nicotine... Which I am trying to quit. But when you are in so much pain at times I really crave a smoke. ... (14 replies)
... d everything in place. I am now walking with a bend forward. And I was told not to worry so much. It would take a while for the muscles to heal. I have a lot of pain too. Anyway, they are probably right. I am 200 miles from my Dr. so its hard to just run in to see him. I may have to have PT later. ... (4 replies)
... Chocolate - I live in NJ and all my other MRI's have cost around $1500, though when I've gotten my past ones (on my hips, my lumbar spine, sacro-iliac, and ankle) I had insurance at work, so it cost my nothing. My company went under and I've been unemployed for a long time, though just recently found work, but will have to wait until August to get insurance again. However, I... (17 replies)
... y straight. The 2nd surgery is done posteriorly due to scar tissue if I understand correctly. The bone graft from the rear of the hip is not near as bad as the iliac crest graft that is done during ACDF and done from the front. I am just a little scared due to the unknown of another procedure. ... (18 replies)
... Thanks for the info. I had a lot of pain in my back today, I can feel that something is out about midback. If it is still as sore tomorrow, I may take your advice. ... (8 replies)
Hi Carla!
Oct 27, 2003
... Hi Carla, Thanks for all the kudos! Before I do anything else, I just want to wish you good luck with your plan of action. I hope that you will be able to get the relief you need without the trauma of surgery. Be careful with the chiropractor, though. I know that many people believe strongly in chiropractors, but I am not one of them. To be honest, I've probably... (23 replies)
Franjo (Teri)
Sep 14, 2003
... Hi Everyone!! Thanks for all of your continued prayers and well-wishes!! Through all of this your support has been a tremendous help...I can't express how much it has meant to me. Not much has changed as far as motor function, but I do continue to gain strength and endurance. It's slow, and I do get frustrated at times, but I... (15 replies)
... I agree, an MRI is probably in order. The radiating, shooting pain you've described should be taken more seriously by the doctors, I would think. And second, even third opinions are VERY important. ... (13 replies)
... GSouth~ Just another thought on the shoulder pain: Could it be that because of the neck problems, that you're sleeping positions have changed? I say this because I've had to start sleeping differently, and the position that eases my back the most, also puts a stress on my shoulder. It's a tradeoff, really. But I just wanted to throw that in. Something to ponder... ... (11 replies)
Hey Barb......
Apr 26, 2003
... Don's nausea has subsided considerably and is now either tolerable or not there at all, and he hasn't taken any pain meds in more than a week now. ... (31 replies)
Hey Barb......
Apr 12, 2003
... or so, and it seemed that although he was in significant pain and discomfort, his spirits were basically okay. ... (31 replies)
... Hi wr, I just came here for the first time in several days. I've just been so busy. It's not that I'm flying or "enjoying life". Rather, I am trying to get things done that have to get done. The worst part is that I have to take care of my husband, who recently had surgery to repair a torn quadriceps tendon in his right leg. (I don't remember if I mentioned this on the... (36 replies)
... I need to make a clarification regarding angina. The symptom is called "cervical" angina because the pain orginates from or is located in the throat/neck area as opposed to angina pectoris (from, or in the chest), or abdominal angina, etc., and is the result of musclular spasm. I used the term because that was what physician who wrote the article called it. Sorry about any... (15 replies)
... Thanks Debbie and Maria, I appreciate the kind words. I do hope I can be a source of encouragement for others!! Maria, do you mean the range of motion in my neck? I'll assume you do. To be honest, I really can't remember how my neck was before surgery. I do know that I have pretty bad arthritis in my neck. (I have several disc herniations and some calcification.) I... (5 replies)
... Well, that's about it for now. I wish you the very best for the new year. May you be happy, healthy, and most of all, pain free. ... (3 replies)
... Just popping in to say Hi and to wish you well in your recovery, the pain WILL go away, sooner rather than later. ... (5 replies)

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