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Please Help! cronic permanant nerve pain after wallis implant operation

Please Help!


My mum has gone through the same thing she is suffering with cronic pain due to the Wallis implant on her lower spine.
Her Nerve is giving alot of trouble as thats where all the pain comes from. She has been on every medication (endones, oxycontin, lyrica...) and the highest dosage and she is in excruciating pain. I can see her like this anymore. she just turned 50 and she could bairly walk, sleep or even go to the toilet sometimes. I ask if there is anyone one out there that could help my mums condition please contact me on julian.ru7@gmail.com

What ever it costs i am willing to pay (even if i cant afford it il get a loan). i cant see her in this much pain anymore and I really need an answer. The doctors have sent her to pain management and all but it hasnt helped much like the medication after the operation. Its been nearly 2 years she is suffering now. If someone knows an option or an answer. Please Help! it would be overly appreciated.

God bless!


Julian Ru
Julian Ru


  • LizLiz Posts: 7,832
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    There is nobody on the forum who can give advice but you have come to the right place for support and hopefully from reading others experiences it will help you to help your mother

    Liz, Spine-health Moderator

    Spinal stenosis since 1995
    Lumber decompression surgery S1 L5-L3[1996]
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