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... Most Nuerosurgeons are more conservative than Orthopedic or Orthopaedic surgeons. Either can do the job, just find out if they specialize in the area you require work. ... (9 replies)
... how i can choose the surgeon ? i went to Orthopedic surgeons and i was ok with him but some people told me that the neuro is better than the ortho becuse the followship but i think it depends on the no of the surgery he does or what do u think? can the peole who had surgry tell us who did the surgry for them ? (9 replies)
... very important. Every doctor I have had gets checked out. I would not go to a neorosurgeon that specialized in the brain, for spine surgery, nor would I go to an orthopedic surgeon that specialized in knees for the same surgery. ... (9 replies)

... thanks a lot for all ,it is really good thing to ask and have help from people who suffer like u .thanks for u notpain your information is great and i like this kind of thinking because we have to move forward with new techniques as we go and the old things was also new to the other people who did not hear about it before like anything in the world has to change or develop... (9 replies)
... of body system problems for me now.i just cannot impress upon you enough just how very important it is for you to have a neurosurgeon attempt any sort of surgery vs an ortho,really. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Mooaa, :wave: Welcome to this forum. My problems are a in the lumbar. I'm fairly sure you could go to either Ortho or Neurogeon. It's best if you can be referred by your PG. They will help make the decision for you. Hope this helps you. Blessings, Fancylady :) (9 replies)
... thanks for all of u hi feelbad my problem is in c6-c7 which is large herniated with mild spinal cord compression and mild nerve copmression which is very painfull in the shoulder and the arm both sides hi shawley i am from egypt and i live here in chicago with my husband and my kids thanks for u i hope u will be ok and the new doctor will help u . thanks and i was confused... (9 replies)
... I used an OSS that was fellowshiped trained. Whoever you use needs to be fellowshiped trained. Do some checking before committing to surgery. Cindee (9 replies)
... mooa an OSS can have a fellowship , I had surgey on my L4-L5 from a neurosurgeon in 2004 , My fusion failed, My Great Neurosurgeon told me nothing was wrong. So Now I am going for surgery from a OSS who has a fellowship . I think I am going to like this new doctor. Where are you from ? (9 replies)
... It really depends on just what the problem is and where it is located in the spine actually.Just what is your problem and exactly where is it located?Marcia (9 replies)
... As I stated, choosing a surgeon is an individual decision. I will be clearer with regard to "specialties" and "legal standard." The American Board of Medical Specialties provides specialist certifications for physicians. This is what a physician refers to when he/she speaks of being "Board Certified" in a specialty. The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery provides... (9 replies)




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