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... Since your discs are not affected, as a Nurse and a fellow ACDF patient...I really would try to delay surgery as long as possible and try a conservative method. ... (25 replies)
... I had my ACDF on May 26, 2010. I had terrible neck pain for over 10 years. Doctors told me I would have to live with the pain. ... (25 replies)
... My surgeon was an orthopedists(sp). I had arm symptoms and neck cracking and popping before the surgery. I have the screws and post in place. I also had the narrowing and c7 was 50%impingement on the spinal cord. I was told that I had been lucky because at any given time I could have recieved a blow that would have made me paralyzed from the neck down. Really I believe that a... (25 replies)

... I am wondering if any who come to this site have had a successful ACDF surgery and are you glad you did it.I will have to get this surgery sometime in the next two to three weeks. ... (25 replies)
... I had my ACDF on May 26. It was very successful in that it alleviated my neck pain. However, it didn't alleviate my shoulder, arm and hand pain. ... (25 replies)
... I'm only 11 weeks post ACDF and I consider the surgery very successful. I update my recovery in the thread "ACDF Recovery Update". ... (25 replies)
... How are you now that it has been some time since your surgery? What 2 levels did you have done? I had C5-6 and C6-7 although my surgeon thought about adding C4-5 but decided against it as the recovery would be much more extensive. I am hoping he did not make the wrong decision. I was willing to have it done to avoid another future surgery. My surgeon is liberal and I am... (25 replies)
... I'm only a few days out from my 2 level ACDF but I'm considering it a success! Prior to surgery I had severe weakness in my left arm, burning pain down my arm, numbness in my upper back and fingertips. ... (25 replies)
... 2 level ACDF 5-6-7 with hardware, donor, in June 06. Extremely successful! Horrendous left arm pain gone immediately, left only w some residual numbness in left hand fingers. I could live with that, NS said give it a year. But last weekend left arm pain reappeared for no apparent reason, altho not nearly as bad as before surgery. Any similar experiences?? Thanks (0 replies)
Home from ACDF
May 3, 2005
... So, dont think everyone has problems with ACDF. I and many others have had successful ACDF's. The internet gets more people posting bad experiences than good, remember that! ... (16 replies)
... I've had a ton of surgeries and the ACDF was one of the easiest. Going through the front of the neck they don't go through muscle. So for many the post surgical pain is minimal. ... (25 replies)
... on successful ACDF surgery. Thank you! to everyone who posted to my questions and concerns. ... (2 replies)
... I am calling on all who have had successful ACDF's to give me some encouragement that it's the right thing to do. ... (19 replies)
... I am so glad to hear all is going good for you. The good Lord will take care of you and me too. I'm excited, but nervous about my upcoming surgery, but I'm going in it with a positive attitude. Karen (25 replies)
... I finally had my ACDF surgery 2 days ago.Surgeon said that all went well. ... (25 replies)
... Thanks for the information SpineAZ. On November 8, 2010 I will undergo my ACDF for C5-6, C6-7. I am having my surgery in Shreveport, Louisiana with one of the finest surgeons in Louisiana, I'm told. I have heard nothing but good about him. He is the Chief Neurosurgeon at the hospital...Dr. Nanda is his name. I am 38 yrs. old and I have suffered with my neck since I was 22 yrs.... (25 replies)
... Good luck on Friday! I had my 2 level ACDF three weeks ago and feel better than ever. The incision still hurts a little bit but that's it. ... (25 replies)
... I am new to this site. Had 3 level ACDF 2 weeks ago. I feel great! No muscle spasms, no pain. I am in the Aspen collar. Wear it most of the time. I do take it off for breaks several times a day. ... (25 replies)
... I had ACDF C5-C6..I guess my opinion goes both ways. I really had to choice but to do the surgery. I herniated the disc, it was going down into the spinal column and was almost to the middle of my shoulder blades by the time they found out what was wrong. By the time they found the problem both left/right arms, hands and fingers were numb/tingling and weakness along with... (25 replies)
... I would have to say that my ACDF was very easy compared to most other surgeries I've undergone. ... (25 replies)

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