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hi from uk

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,082
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:25 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
hi im jean
im 16 months post a posterior fusion and decompression at c1-3 level( should have been c2 but this level to soft and crumbly to put screws onto)
have screws and rods insitu.

think its really great that i have found a site where others have gone thru the same situation.
its a lonely scary experience to go thru.
good news is that i have now returned back to work as a rgn though light duties only.
be good to here and share experiences with others.


  • Hello jean :H

    Welcome to spine health. You definetely found the right place for support. We all have alot in common. You will find so many caring and helpful people on this forum. >:D<

    Glad you joined. :))) need my assistance please feel free to ask.

  • thanks for your reply dawn
    i have been reading through some of posts; i can see every one is very helpful and supportive .though some of the experiences are scary.
    will be in touch again soon.
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  • welcome to the little spiney village on the web! Ime glad you found us and I hope we can be of service to ya!
    William Garza
    Spine-Health Mod

    Welcome to Spine-Health

  • welcome jean,
    many different situations here but so many people to try and help get you through .great to hear from you.
  • Welcome to the group, I to am in the UK but still waiting for surgery C5/6. Hopefully before Christmes.
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  • Don't be scared of some of our posts. It's just that we ask lots of questions of each other. Even the "weird" ones. You're amongst friends now. So make yourself at home. Glad you found us.
  • With your levels of fusion you may become our resident expert. :D
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