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... c6 for about 11 years. Much of the time I am fine but occasionaly do something like sneeze that sends my muscles in to a spasm from my neck down the inside of my shoulder blade on the right, left, or both sides. The pain is pretty serious. I take flexeril, lodine, and steroids to reduce the knots. ... (9 replies)
... ill change about week 4. I want to know 2 things. 1. Has this happened to anyone else, and 2. What is the standard of care for recovery room patients after a neck surgery. I highly doubt the standard is to yell at your patients and belittle them while you sit at your desk and eat cookies. ... (0 replies)
... Life is not very fullfilling for me at this time.....and I would like some freedom from the discomfort of my neck pain? ... (5 replies)

... the steroids, home remedies, pain just was getting worse, i finally gave into the surgery, august of 2002. now it is 2005 and i am having more problems with my neck and on top of that i am now having severe pain in the thorasic region. ... (80 replies)
... I had a posterior cervical laminectomy a few years ago and yes I had arm weakness that eventually went away after a few weeks as I recall. I know our procedures and issues are different but yes I did have it. Please ask your doctor though for his input. I hope you are feeling better soon. (6 replies)
... C6 on the left side of my neck. The doctor said both levels were severly compressed with a lot of bone spurs, and after 4 years of worsening pain and weakness, surgery had become a necessity. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Jenny Sorry you're going through so much. Do you have a lot of popping and cracking going on? Can you tell that you're going to get a headache by the way you feel a crunch in your neck? So when you say"stop any movement" are you saying that you can't turn your head at all? Do you have any shakiness with this? my hands get tremors sometimes. In 1996, I had... (4 replies)
... First, I want to thank you all for making sure that there is a dialog out there for people looking to get Neck Surgery. Second, I am dissappointed that there is so much negative information on this site. ... (2 replies)
... Findings: Straightening of the normal cervicval curve is present. Vertebral marrow signal is within normal kimits. The cervical spinal cord signal and caliber are normal At C5-C6 right sided osteophyic change extending to the nueral foramen is present and similar to previous. There is also central disc protrusion with effacement of the CSF signal but no sign of cord... (35 replies)
... Now that we got that out of the way, your feelings right now are pretty normal...any surgery is scary, even the simple ones. This one, hopefully will be worth it, in that you should get relief from the pain, and regain a normal life down the road. ... (8 replies)
... Jas1964- welcome to these boards. It's been a Lil while since I have had much to say. Just brooding over all I had taken in! Just today your post enlightened me to do something that, I had not given any thought to. Which is kinda funny only because, I feel I never miss to much when it comes to my health. I just had my ACDF C5-C6 on Dec 7, 2011. I have been following the Docs... (9 replies)
C5 c6 compresssion
Jun 29, 2008
... ome, nice!, im 38 young family and wonderful hubbie, i havent worked since my op and use a stick, my legs and arms are affected, as we all know any damage at the neck level can result in problems any where down below that level. I have a wonderful pm team i see every 2 weeks, trying new drugs all the time. ... (6 replies)
... the only pain I had, and it still feels like a lump in there, but not bad at all. I'm no spring chicken, I'm 64, but I've been doing things since 2 weeks after surgery that I haven't done in a long time. ... (9 replies)
... numbness of extremities. I would encourage you to not cross off surgery as a solution. If this was going to heal, it probably would have by now. You can have discectomy without fusion to relieve the compression. ... (4 replies)
Neck surgery
Nov 1, 2008
... just had neck surgery on thursday. ... (1 replies)
... Know that you are not being helicoptered in after taking a fall on a basketball court and injuring your neck. Your risks prior to the surgery have most likely been much, much greater than any risks you will face after the surgery. ... (8 replies)
... Hi all, Five weeks post operative from my neck surgery to remove two herniated disks & replace them with cadaver bone in hopes they will fuse with my own bone and Iím getting better by the day. Again, no thanks to the surgeon who learned last week that I rejected his plan to treat my pain. Upon my entrance to his office, he mispronounced my name. I corrected him in a stern... (5 replies)
... I had neck surgery (ACDF c5-c7) in Jan. I used a orthopedic spinal surgeon. They DO do necks. I am real happy with the job he did. I am fully fused now. (17 replies)
... in right foot and ankle. these are all from the same injury. i also have 4 bulged disks in my lumbar that have bee pain free since aquatic therapy. as far as my neck goes i have had no injections and no therapy as of yet so i have no idea how they think it will get any better. ... (11 replies)
... over a pothole. And once my doctor assured me I wasn't in danger of becoming a bobblehead before I could get to surgery, I of course started worrying about the surgery itself. What if the surgeon sneezed? ... (8 replies)


Associated Tags: c5 c6, c5 c6 .acdf, care giver, disectomy, fusion surgery, neck, paralyzed, recovery, spinal cord compression

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