Just a quick note to say hi! i had a s1-l5 l5 -l4 fusion 5 screws and a plate its been 11 months and am still in alot of pain its a life changing experience which alot of us are not prepared for hope all is well
i think you should think about filing a malpractice law suit. There are soooo many hungry ambulance chasing lawyers out there. Mishars you have a perfect malpractice case. I hope you saved all of your paperwork and have written down all conversations. And if you call their office make sure you record the conversation. just let them know that you are recording them (after the fact)
i had spinal fusion 3 month ago and my back is still bothering me severly.
i cant lift more than a gallon of milk.
i dont have pain in my legs anymore but where they performed the surgery is insane.
they took me off my pain meds 2 weeks ago
im forty years young and i had spondololithesis. but injured in badly at work.
hope the warm weather will help.
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