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Silly question probably, but my surgeon has never mentioned PT. Is it always necessary after fusion surgery? The last time I went (before surgery) it was costing me $40 each visit. I simply cannot afford to do this (if the doc recommends it). :''( I guess there are stretching exercises and such that I can do at home once the doc says its okay to start. Just curious. :B