It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

Spinal Cord Disorders Board Index
Pages: 1Showing 1 - 12 of 12 for jho surgery review. (0.002 seconds)

... I'm currently looking for second opinions on surgery and hope that someone will tell me that they will do something less that a 2 level lumbar fusion. ... (11 replies)
... left, center and right. Left and right are the foramen, where the nerve roots branch out to your arms and hands. Dr. Jho can handle two areas, the center and a given foramen, with one procedure. ... (9 replies)
... se too much pain, which can be misleading. But from what I understand, stenosis will be progressive.... at some undeterminable rate per given individual.... and surgery will be necessary down the road. ... (3 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)
... who runs The Jho Institute for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery in Pittsburg, PA. He does review your MRI's at no charge and will tell you if he believes his minimally invasive procedures are the correct method of treatment for you. ... (10 replies)
... Yes, thank you Jon, thank you for responding. I never even considered them operating from the front. It seems as though they'd go in from the side, seeings how that's where the bone spurs are and most of the pain (right side of neck) How many "opinions" do you think one should get before deciding on surgery? (6 replies)
... I know what you mean about "nerve recovery pain". I've been dealing with that with my left side. Again, I had surgery from Dr. Jho on my left side about a year ago. I'm told that it can take very long for nerves to reach maximum recovery, possibly a year and a half. ... (9 replies)
More on Dr Jho
Nov 5, 2003
... Hi Pino, I too am scheduled for surgery with Dr Jho on the 11th on c6/c7 herniation with bone spur ( no cord compression thankfully) I have a herniation at c2/c3 , no symptoms as it is a "central" herniation that isn't impinging on "anything" bulges at 2 other levels I am moderately nervous but we have the right man for the job I'll see you in Pitts, my pre-op is... (8 replies)
More on Dr Jho
Nov 4, 2003
... Im fairly new to the message board but i have been researching Dr Jho alot also. ... (8 replies)
... You are right to be apprehensive about surgery. It's not as easy as it seems. I would suggest that you review all your stuff with a neurosurgeon if you don't have one. ... (12 replies)
More on Dr Jho
Nov 5, 2003
... Hey man all I can say is send your MRI to him and give it a thought. All I know is I am totally against anything to do with fusion. It has it's place but it is thrown around way to easily without any alternative consideration. If someone has known cervical instability or has severe multi level degeneration or instant trauma such as car accident and does not have the time to... (8 replies)
Jun 29, 2003
... n my upper biceps like I have been working out. They are pretty much constant. The pain is not sharp, but it is always there. I have just sent an email to Dr. Jho in Pittsburg to see if he will review my films to see if I can benefit from his minimally invasive surgery. ... (4 replies)

Pages: 1

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 04:26 AM.

© 2021 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!