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ultradad45uultradad45 Posts: 3
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:59 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery


  • I am not really sure..... I know someone that had to pay about 33,000 out of pocket to get it done, but it helped her and she always recommends it.
    ACDF C4-5 June 23rd, 2011

    Another surgery in the near future. I am 26 years old.

    Current Meds- Norco 7.5/325, Cymbalta 60mg, Gabapentin, Adderall 20mg
  • scaredylionsscaredylion Posts: 2
    edited 11/16/2012 - 9:37 AM

    Even though Dr. EDITED had the MRI results for approximately two weeks, Mr. EDITED believed he was reviewing them for the first time during the consultation. Dr. EDITED informed Mr. EDITED that there were no further surgical treatments that LSI could provide him for his back condition but that he could administer a steroid injection for the pain. Even though Dr. EDITED conducted no physical examination of Mr. EDITED, he reached this conclusion in less than three minutes of reviewing the MRI results. Mr. EDITED received the injection and returned to Maine, but he asserts he never would have traveled to Florida if he had known that the only available treatment was steroid injection because such a treatment was available in Maine.
    During this same time, Mr.EDITED became concerned that his insurer, Aetna, had not reimbursed him for his first two LSI treatments in October 2008. When Ms. EDITED, asked Aetna about the status of his reimbursement, Aetna told her that it lacked the necessary information from LSI. In February 2009, Aetna denied Mr. EDITED claim for reimbursement. ...The patient ledger itemized the costs of treatment and detailed the services provided totaling $124,979.95

    Post Edited by The Spine-Health Moderator Team

  • My uncle went there and he has a lawsuit against them now, I dont know about them but I know he is very angry and hurts worse..
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