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Mobility and Recovery

Squirrel CreekSSquirrel Creek Posts: 3
edited 04/04/2014 - 4:18 PM in Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Problems
It's hard to find much in the way of how folks are doing after SI fusions. How is the pain after surgery, recovery and mobility? I know mobility will depend on many things including other lumbar fusions. Mine are L4 thru S1. I've have an SCS(Boston Scientific) and two SI bilateral injections. Currently 3 weeks out from the 2nd round. Can't stand it. Need to know your SI experience.- Floyd from Central NC

Also, that SCS was put in surgically. 2 surgeries.
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