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... I had my surgery in September, 2012. My insurance company denied physical therapy, so I asked my surgeon what exercises I should be doing. ... (0 replies)
... when I woke up in the recovery room. ... (4 replies)
... You may have heard of ACDF, which is the same thing without the corpectomy. The surgery is much like the ACDF where the two disks above and below the affected vertebra are removed. ... (1 replies)

... I am having the same surgery on November 18. I have had previous ACDF surgery and was told to walk by my doctor. I wasn't given any specific diet but I did stock up on soft foods such as soup, popsicles, yogurt, etc. ... (11 replies)
... inflammatory meds for as long as I can and tolerate the pain or have ACDF surgery. ... (42 replies)
... bound from Oct. ... (69 replies)
... Not Jenny, but I'll put in my two cents here.. I am 5 days post op on a 1 level ACDF with cadaver bone and instrumentation. ... (8 replies)
... I heard via Jenny that you could use a positive outcome for an ACDF surgery. I understand the fear and apprehension that you are going thru right now. ... (19 replies)
... Yeah, I would find it hard to accept surgery without any noticeable neurological symptoms as well. ... (11 replies)
... I am new to the forums here. Prior to surgery I researched what a lot of you had to say about ACDF surgery. It was very helpful to hear of other's experiences when deciding whether or not to proceed with surgery. ... (4 replies)
... d have severe pain from L. shoulder blade up neck and around shoulder. But visits to chiro and icing helped it go away in a week or so. ... (15 replies)
... Hopefully you have researched your options and the surgeon who will be doing your surgery and had at least 1 or 2 other opinions to make sure they all agree. ... (4 replies)
... Sammy your not that far out from surgery, and although I am not a doc my experience is that the pain is going to be weird and change and do funky scary stuff. ... (43 replies)
... Also Donna, how long was your recovery using the donar compared to your own? ... (10 replies)
... e to be sure everything is where it is supposed to be. I expect I might have some spasm issues as healing continues as well. But it is still very early in your recovery process... and my understanding from many posts that I have read, is that you have to be patient with the recovery process... as it tends to be slow. ... (69 replies)
... During this time I started to develop pains in both arms, and an occasional twitch from them. I also found it very difficult to get comfortable. ... (9 replies)
... Overall, I think my recovery is going very well. ... (69 replies)
... if there is indeed a problem at accompanying areas of the spine some surgeons may choose to do a "once and done". Since the recovery is tough from spine surgery I'm asking my surgeon who will be going into my low back to "fix whatever you see when you get in there" so I have one recovery even if it's longer. ... (6 replies)
... Donor Bone in Sept of 2007. I had some mild spinal cord compression. I still have some issues, but the recovery from surgery was not much of problem. ... (12 replies)
... I recently read an article in the paper which indicated that recent studies indicate it may take two years or more before significant improvement is seen whether surgery for disc herniation is done or not. ... (15 replies)


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