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... I had the procedure to remove bone spurs. All of my pain from them was gone after surgery. ... (2 replies)
... Bone moving around, plates and screws breaking, future other disc problems, Lack of fusion taking. I found a neuro that would do what I wanted. I had a posterior procedure done. He told me he would give 6 months to 2 years and I would be back. I have been fine for 15. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, all. New member and first time poster here. Have been told I'm a candidate for surgery for a worsening cervical stenosis, C-3 thru C-6 (MRI). Was nosing around the web and came across a site for the "Jho Institute for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery" at: http://drjho.com/cervical_stenosis_surgery.htm Anybody have any insights on that outfit, doctor and/or... (16 replies)

... I've been looking into a Dr. Schiffer in San Fran, Dr Jho in Pittsburgh and Dr Reuter in Fla. I'm wondering if anyone has used these Dr's? ... (9 replies)
... sterior foraminatomy 2 years ago. Something went wrong and he became paralyzed and eventually passed away.My reasearch has discovered a doctor in Piitsburg, Dr. Jho ,who pioneered a minimally invasive procedure requiring no bone fusion and no discectomy. Has anyone had experience with him? ... (10 replies)
... Lettie - Make sure that you get a recommendation from a NeuroSURGEON as well as the ortho. It does sound as if herniations are pressing on the nerves (weakness, etc.). I had a 3 level ACDF C4/5/6/7 and had I known what I do now, I would have gone to see someone like Dr. Jho (a minimally invasive spine surgeon) to see if my problems could have been handled without such a... (12 replies)
... I'm pretty bummed, since I was hoping that I wouldn't have to go through that hell of a surgery again. Dr. Jho's procedure sounds good and I mentioned it to him and he said that would leave my neck too unstable. ... (6 replies)
... the procedure invented by Dr. Jho. ... (8 replies)
... While the procedure I got I do not believe is technically considered endoscopic surgery, but rather microscopic surgery, the effect is the same. The disc is preserved. ... (1 replies)
More on Dr Jho
Nov 5, 2003
... Hey Mike I have to see him on the 10th at 2:00. I went through this before but it's been awhile. I'm not big on being " put to sleep " or the " drill " part of the procedure. I have read many articles written about his procedures both by him and about him. I know the deal step by step. There is no perfect ending but it's got to beat the fusion alternative. Patrick (8 replies)
... S I THOUGHT I NEED SURGERY. THE MYLEOPATHY IS STARTING TO CAUSE SLIGHT WEAKNESS AND ABNORMAL REFLEXES IN MY LOWER EXTREMITIES THE PAIN IS MINIMAL. HE STATES THE PROCEDURE HE WILL DO WILL NOT REQUIRE MY OWN BONE OR A CADAVER. ... (0 replies)
... Foxxx- You haven't heard the half of it. While I was in the hospital, they noticed the drain was still draining wrong. I had spinal fluid leakage into my brain, so they had to take me down to the OR a second time to put me under the fluorscope to put a spinal drain at the base of my spine. And, you had to be awake for the procedure. :) FUN!!! I spent 4 extra days in... (14 replies)




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