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I will probably need to remove them without a surgical procedure.
I had Ankylosing Spondilitis from age 13 to 40, I am now 45. The condition has now been eradicated but I am left with osteophytes all along the spine. Dozens of osteophytes with fusion of disc's in many places and lack of spine movement.
Is there anyway of removing them without surgery as there is so many. Removing them surgically would be difficult as they all over the spine back to front, top to bottom so I can't see this as viable.
I would need some other procedure, medicine, or therapy.
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