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Year out from second fusion lower back

Had 2nd surgery for another fusion ( 3-5) last January. Been able to work out ( biking, body weight stuff like push-ups pull-ups trimemendously, some weight work) and back still very sore, hamstrings, calves tight going into cramps every night. Now I feel spine shifting again when I walk. When I say shifting , mean cracking and tightness over whole back. Any suggestions?
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  • LeeLeeMccDeeLLeeLeeMccDee Boston MAPosts: 171
    Have you gotten confirmation you have actually fused yet?  Your exercise routine or the way you're doing your exercise routine could be doing more harm than good.  
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