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Collapsing deck of cards.
Hi I’m Geri and new. I have had 2 fusions on my lower back along with a lamy. My one Ortho said that my back looks like a collapsing deck of cards. And I would be in a wheelchair within 10 years. This was in 2011. I just had an upper and lower spine MRI done to check for possible MS. Anyway my T1-T12 all except for 2 discs have distal herniation. Could this be causing the numbness, spasms, and pain? I had a surgeon recommend that I get Herrington Rods. They will have to pull me out of that possible wheelchair to make me have that done. Has anyone have them? I’m worried that my T reagon is going now. I’m 59 5’8 and 176lbs female. Thanks. Geri