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Discussion: Back and or neck fusions

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Jan. 16, 2014
taits
Men's 65
4395 posts
Back and or neck fusions
Am wondering if any older players 65 up like where I am have undegone this lower back L 3,4,5 or combo there of... and say the C7 in neck.
May be facing this* in a month or two. * at least the back & probably neck later.
I believe I read someone has had it wondering how long it took for recovery and playing ball again...as well as down side info to it... I've put it off cause I's rather 'play' in pain but it's affected other parts now. I fear.
Thanks
Jan. 17, 2014
yankeesfan1949
Men's 60
9 posts
Just had c4/c/5 fused. 1st week into recovery and all is well. Doctor told me I should be able to play again with no restrictions once healed.
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