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I am 5weeks post op fusion L5-s1. Had this horrible burning down both legs and feet before surgery AND its still here
Yes i wiil be patient
But when my feet are on fire is it OK to do my walks am i injuring it more
What remedies have you tried that have worked
I am on lyrica 75mg 2x day. .05 Oxycodone as needed (get too lethargic) dont like to take it
Fell 11ft 2007 numerous fractures broken arm, 4 head bleeds.
Nerve blocks, tried stimulator, acupuncture, massage, numerous injections, nerve blocks. Ect. Vitamins
2011 laminectomy, april 4. 2014 Fusion l5-S1. PLIF


  • The pain and fire is perceived by the nerve and not a trauma to the feet, so walk away! Not on a bed of coal or through glass, but level ground free from obstacles is the therapy. Keep it up. The nerves can take up to 18 months to resolve.
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