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  • I am very curious about these pro ball players and the ADRs they had. Do you know if they had any other levels degenerative (ddd) or anything like that? I think that ADR is best suited for those with single level disc issues, but I am not sure. What do you think?
  • no its the opposite ADR is better for keeping movement in the spine... my nero told told me that fusion causes problems to the upper and lower disc where your fused...I doubt doctors will be doing fusion anymore in the near future now that there is ADR...
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