Should I have Neck Surgery or Not ??
Andy Stewart 3 here
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Daniel Theisen NO
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Donna Honeycutt Green I have had 3 Back Surgeries. With each Surgery your Back gets weaker and the Scar tissue builds up. I now have to have Epidurals every 3 months to the Lower Back. Surgery is always the Last Resort, and there are no promises it will do any good.
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Mike Chenier No, I had it seven years ago and suffer all kinds of ailments, if you can do without.. that is best...
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National Association of Injured & Disabled Workers Andy Stewart Daniel Theisen Donna Honeycutt Green Mike Chenier please share your post in the groups discussion so the member can know that someone is replying. Thank you.
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Tom McDonald I've had two surgeries upper and lower back. I'm better than I was but still in a lot of pain. Last resort sir.
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So to answer your question; The implantation of your or the SCS is less invasive than any Hrdware you have had screwed into your vertebrae and it's also easier to remove. I took the chance because I couldn't stand the drugs, the pain and giving up hope! You have to make an educated guess here. If you want it, research it and I recommend getting a few consultations from other Pain Management Doctors before you commit. You may find a better Doctor that has better technique (minimally invasive) than the other. Good Luck and I hope the best for you! Please come back and let me know.