I just joined this thing, so this is a quit late response to your question. I have 2 older lumbar fusions, but my numb, burning legs and feet... my doctor feels... are from my cervical mess. I have 5 levels of bone on bone. I also lose my voice about 7-9 times per year. My instinct tells me this is all part of my cervical mess. I've been putting off ACDF in hopes of new procedures...like what's done in Germany... the ADR surgery which seems to have superior results. I'm real close to that stepping off the cliff place not being able to 'escape' my pain anymore. Good luck with your leg issues. I do believe it can be part of cervical issues. The spine is complex. Think of an erector set that has some pieces thrown off. That affects the entire thing.
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