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Anyone with this much Fusion have a normal life?
I am 30 and this was a revision surgery and I was curious to hear from anyone who has had a large amount of there spine fused I am fused from T5 through L3 has anyone had any success meaning a normal pain free life with this much of your spine restricted from movement? I can't seem to find anyone with a scenario even remotely close to mine that I can talk to about it with. I still have pain this 2nd surgery just took my pain from the middle of my spine and moved it to my lumbar which I find it to be actually worse. This is what they consider a Failed surgery am I understanding this correctly and can anyone suggest my next move?
Spinal fusion T5-L3 Revision was a Failed surgery on March of 2012
Kyphosis of the spine out of options.