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... SpineAZ thanks so much for your experience with your ACDF surgery.I dont want to have the surgery as no one does but also dont want to have damaged nerves. ... (25 replies)
... My C5-C7 ACDF was one of the easiest surgeries I've ever undergone in terms of post-op pain level being low (they don't go through muscle when they go through the front of the neck). When I woke up I had immediate relief of a large amount of the nerve pain I had going down my arm. I wish I had insisted he add C4 as that now needs to do that so my advice is say "fix any and... (25 replies)
... op pain with the ACDF with no swallowing problems and a stronger fusion with the posterior fusion. ... (27 replies)

... The tricky thing about these boards is most who have had successful spine surgery disappear from the boards after ecovery as they are no longer in need of support. ... (14 replies)
... blessings to you and best wishes for a continued successful recovery. ... (14 replies)
... ith nerve or root bed compression. I had severe shoulder, arm and hand pain with numbness on both sides which did not respond to medications or therapy. I had my ACDF about 3 or so years ago and it was an instant success. I woke up completely pain free of the symptoms that I had previously. ... (19 replies)
... Overall it has all been successful and I am thrilled with the results. ... (7 replies)
... essful. I don't know whether that is just the opinion of a couple of surgeons or the general consensus. I would be intersted in hearing from anyone who has had ACDF surgery primarily to relieve neck pain and migraines and to hear how successful they were in their results. ... (14 replies)
... Will let you all know if it's a successful fusion when I have my post op check up on 11th November. ... (9 replies)
... t and said my muscle were very tight. And then I tried the decompression machine. I'm in a huge amount of pain and on ice right now! I'm not sure the aptm was successful at all. ... (27 replies)
... I consider myself a successful case even though I am not what I was prior to this disease taking over my body. ... (17 replies)
... I am really considering a 2 level ACDF before the end of the year. ... (14 replies)
... ms and you should discuss this option with your surgeon since you depend on your voice for your job. More painful as muscles are cut but in the long run, just as successful and no threat to your voice. We had a minister who sings as part of the liturgy, here, and he was offered the option. ... (10 replies)
... Glad my posts are helpful! I remember before my surgery feeling very worried because most of the posts on here are from people with complications. The ACDF patients with good outcomes are out enjoying life. I figured it doesn't take much effort to post an update every once in while and some people might benefit. ... (69 replies)
... I saw the NS yesterday and he indicated surgery was necessary, an ACDF with cadaver bone and a titanium plate for the C5C6 disc. So, on to my questions. ... (6 replies)
... My surgeon has already performed three successful lumbar surgeries on me, so I trust her implicitly. ... (13 replies)
... Best Wishes for a successful recovery! ... (7 replies)
... ray since 1 month post op. At that point I was well on my way to a successful fusion. I still have some post op pain but P T is helping with that. I'm glad I had it done, what a difference! ... (16 replies)
... I am 1 week post ACDF surgery C4-5, C5-6. I have had post op xrays and the surgery looks in tact, successful. I have little pain, only taking Ibuprofen as needed....never took the narcotics prescribed as they make me sick. Here is my problem..... I feel like I am out of it. I don't quite feel completely dizzy like the room spins, but rather a disconnected feeling like... (1 replies)
... The surgery was successful in virtually every way. EXCEPT, I developed neuropathy in my feet and lower legs. Ended up at Mayo, where they couldn't make sense of that. ... (8 replies)

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