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Mobi-C Cervical Artifical Disc Surgery 5/15/15

santini79ssantini79 Posts: 1
edited 05/17/2015 - 4:08 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
I had 5mm of C5-6 and 6mm of C6-7 replaced yesterday morning and after surgery I was up walking within a few hours. My neck front and back hurts along with my shoulders, head and what I think is kind of weird the inside of my legs are painful. The pain is more like surgery pain and not nerve pain. It just hurts to move.


  • That is big surgery. Your body has been put through lots and lots. Your nerves and sensory perception will be disturbed for a bit. Just watch out for any blood clot issues. Be sure and tell the nurses if your legs (one or both) continue to hurt. I would imagine they are using some leg compression on you now and sometimes that is uncomfortable. Get well soon! Kathy
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