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... procedure with Dr Jho. Surgery went fine. He found mostly bone spur. My first procedure with a local NS many years ago was mostly disc material. ... (3 replies)
... activities in the meantime including no wild sex. I pressed him hard on how serious my problem was since I was not experiencing a lot of pain and wished to avoid surgery if possible. ... (8 replies)
... For me it would depend on the exact procedure the local NS was going to use and how many times he has performed the surgery successfully. Schiffer and Jho have different procedures, although I see that Dr. ... (8 replies)

... Pittsburgh. Has anyone had this cervical spine surgery done by this Jho Institute and if so would you recommend it and why? ... (4 replies)
... I have sent my MRIs to Dr. Jho and am waiting to hear back from him. Anyone with any information it would be appreciated. ... (0 replies)
... Your symptoms are a bit odd...the feet are not common with cervical spine. Finger and hand numbness and tingling is common. ... (10 replies)
... Knowing that any shots are only temporary I have seen a NS who does microscopic surgery here in Atlanta. I also have sent emails to Dr. Schiffer and Dr. Jho. ... (8 replies)
... Coach - Dennis is right about the surgical outcomes. We are on these back support websites for one or more of the following reasons: 1. New to back problems, being proactive in researching our condition. 2. Proud owner of a failed back surgery. Looking for sympathy and possible solutions to the situation. I think that the majority of back surgeries go just fine. ... (12 replies)
... There is a fairly well known surgeon named Dr. Jho that does MI surgeries. When you find his web site, you'll notice he has information about MI cervical procedures available. ... (6 replies)
... Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery While the ACMF is usually billed as a MISS, I would probably consider it a moderately invasive spinal surgery since, while it does preserve the disc, does involve the removal of bone. ... (8 replies)
... Do you know anyone who has had this kind of surgery or even a second cervical surgery? ... (6 replies)
... Yes, I did. Read my account in the thread, "My Journey to Cervical Spine Surgery", {REMOVED} 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. Everyone needs to make their own decisions, but in my opinion, Microspine is not in the same league as Dr. Jho. (1 replies)
... Yes, I've had surgery with Dr. Jho. He has helped. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the feedback. Looks like Dr. Schiffer probably won't be an option if he doesn't deal with Bone spurs. I need some cleaning up at C4/C5 for moderate spurs. Dr. Jho says he can do my C5/C6 bulg as well as the spurs. He can do a bilateral for my spurs at C4/C5, but not in the same surgery. They have to be 3 months apart. So I have hope, we'll see how my steroid shots... (8 replies)
... T WANT MY OWN OR A CADAVER FUSION. IM GOING TO SEEK MY SECOND OPINION OUT OF TOWN NEXT, EVEN THOUGH I REALLY LIKED THIS GUY ALOT. IM GOING TO SEND MY FILMS TO DR JHO IN PITTSBURG ALSO. I START PT ON TUESDAY NUMBNESS IN MY ARMS IS NOT TOO BAD AS LONG AS I DONT DO ANYTHING MUCH WITH MY ARMS. ... (0 replies)
... What information is there for the Jho Institute in Pittsburgh PA Thank you for the comments about the LSI Institute. You comments on the things I am concerned about. (1 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)
... ow if it vaporizes the fat, so everyone may not be a candidate. But from the videos of people who had this procedure they were very happy and avoided full blown surgery and fusion. Fusion scares me because it puts pressure on the remaining discs, and I have a multi level problem so I don't need any more discs to blow. ... (29 replies)
... I had an anterior microforaminotomy performed by Dr. Jho on June 15th at C5/6 and c6/7. The procedure took 2 1/2 hours. Three hours later I was walking the halls with my wife. The next morning we drove home---normal drive 4 hours, but we stopped a few times & stretched it to 6 hours. The worst problem I had was a sore throat and a bit of difficulty swallowing which... (2 replies)
... who runs The Jho Institute for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery in Pittsburg, PA. ... (10 replies)




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