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Forum Name: Neurology Topics
Question: C5,6 and 6,7 ACF
|Isabelle49 - Thu Jul 09, 2009 1:31 pm||
Yahoo! I had the fusions done on 7/1/09. When I woke up after surgery, no more pain across my left scapula and left arm. As an R.N., I know it is because of the surgery that I am no longer in pain, but I call it a miracle! If I could mention the facility and my neurosurgeon's name here I would, the whole process was perfect and believe me, I am not one to complement very much.
Now wearing a hard collar, still taking some pain meds and muscle relaxants, but it is definitely a different kind of pain and does not at all involve the areas that hurt before.
Thanks to all for being supportive friends.
|Tom Plamondon PA-C - Wed Oct 28, 2009 7:48 pm||
Thank you for the post.
Your words are encouraging.
May your recovery and rehab continue to go well.
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