Hi! I had ACDF surgery for C5-c6 in May and my neurosurgeon is now sending me to a pain management clinic for chronic pain management. I have had nonstop pain that is worse at night in my right arm, hand and shoulder. Still am very weak in my right arm (and in left to a lesser degree). I am taking about 90 oxycodones every 9 days or so! Does anyone else have such severe pain? I walk about 3 miles every day and before the herniated disc that was pressing on my spinal cord (due to car accident) I use to go to the gym and ride 8-10 miles about 6 days per week! After I walk (which I do every day because I refuse to not get some form of exercise) I am in horrible pain. My neck hurts, I have even more nerve pain in my arms - it is awful. Does anyone else have this type of pain? I also wonder what the pain management clinic will say or do to help? I am having a CT scan this week to see what is going on with the hardware, hopefully it is fine. But I am very curious about how pain management works? I don't want to just be in pain (I honestly can't it is too unbearable) and I also don't want to keep taking this much pain medication. I am 42 years old and want my life back.