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Surgery causing more PAIN!!!

cburnashccburnash Posts: 1
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:50 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
Just had a L5 S1 fusion done on December 8th 2011. The reason for this post is because I am experiencing more pain than ever.. I have X rays and want to post them so people can see them and give an opinion on them. I am currently serving in the US Army and want to stay in. Help is needed please. Thanks Chris


  • Spine Health forums are made up of patients such as yourself. We are not qualified nor allowed to interpret any images. Under TriCare you are allowed to request a second opinion. If your current doc is not satisfactorily answering your questions, a second opinion might be something to consider, so you can figure out what is going on.

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  • Thank you for posting on Spine-Health. I hope that you are able to address your continued pain issues.
    Let us know how things progress for you.

    Take care


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