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Date Posted: 12:55:27 12/08/10 Wed
Author: Dennis
Author Host/IP: NoHost /
Subject: Re: What a year
In reply to: Kyran 's message, "Re: What a year" on 13:51:09 12/07/10 Tue

Hope everything has long lasting effects for your mom.
All the surgeons tell me I'm not a good candidate for
any more surgery. I had the compression fracture fixed
but that was noninvasive. They say fixing my stenosis
and spondylosis, and scoliosis would create more problems
in the long run. I also have arthritis, bone spurs, and
arachnoiditis plus scar tissue from previous surgeries.
Every few years I go to one to see if maybe some new
technique has been discovered that might work for me.

>Good luck with your health in the coming year. I've
>just gotten off the phone with my dad letting me know
>my mom's hip replacement surgery went very well today!
> She also 6 months ago had back surgery including
>hemilaminectomy to relieve constant pain from severe
>arthritis. She is very lucky to now be pain free in
>her back-that's how she discovered her hip hurt, and
>found out she was bone-on-bone in that joint.
>Hopefully now all will be well for quite some time for
>her. I hope the same for you with your treatments!

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