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... Hello everyone. I had an ACDF at the C5 to C7 6 weeks ago. I had it after stuggling with nagging neck pain sfor 15 years and since I was 20 yrs of age. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I know 'another' question from me. Thanks for everyone's patience. ... (1 replies)
... something different procedures I saw a great NS in March of this year. He said I needed two, possible three more surgeries and then I should be well. I had the ACDF on July 2nd and I need another surgery...probably next summer... ... (13 replies)

... an ACDF 15 years ago and a foraminotomy 7 years ago. ... (1 replies)
... by pressure from the vertebrae. ... (14 replies)
... they will approve you for 6 weeks from the date of surgery. ... (13 replies)
... my neurosurgeon advised complications arose and surgery took longer than anticipated, I could have had taken bone from my hip but did not want additional pain issues. ... (8 replies)
... c6. I was reffered to a neurosurgeon who then told me I need to have surgery!!! Let me tell you The news did not go well with me. From that moment on I dedicated myself to read up on anything that had to do with ACDF, ADR, the benefits and risk that came along with having the surgery. ... (1 replies)
... i wanted you to know that this does help someone. i am scheduled for this very procedure in a month and am very nervous. thank you. (22 replies)
... tion back to both of my hands, even before the surgery, as it jacks my head up and takes the pressure off those nerves. This, to me, bodes well for a successful surgery as the nerves will likely recover once the permanent "fix" is in. Still, the surgical process seems intimidating. ... (69 replies)
... Hello everyone, this is my first post. Unfortunately I did not discover this board until about a week prior to my surgery but it was still invaluable. I am a 43 year old male. ... (22 replies)
... with cord impingement. I have 3 neurosurgeons who say that surgery should be in my future. ... (6 replies)
ACDF on Sept. 8
Aug 29, 2008
... op from my ACDF. I share your anxieties. I was so nervous. You will find a lot of help from this board. I dare say more than from the doctors. ... (13 replies)
Travel after ACDF
Jul 20, 2006
... The studies that I have read do indeed indicate relatively fast recoveries on AVERAGE. But "average" doesn't mean anything. Nobody's recovery is "average" because each individual case is unique unto itself. ... (10 replies)
... no problems with weak sphincter control, and my hands seem to work better. My gait and balance seem better, though I'm still sometimes off balance when I stand from sitting, walking straight is easier. ... (0 replies)
... You can always loose those extra pounds when you are more fit and your body has healed a bit more but having a setback might mean having to have surgery again. ... (13 replies)
... when they do the surgery they move your windpipe to the side so you can have some soreness, swallowing problems, etc. ... (5 replies)
... op and the walk from my parking space to the front door of the building was the most I had done in 6 weeks. ... (19 replies)
... pupil on the right side. That is where I had my incision. All the work was done from the right side. ... (15 replies)
... before he had to go and finish getting ready, at which point the anesthesiologist came in and discussed the procedure from her end of the operation, and that was another 15 minutes or so. ... (33 replies)

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