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The recovery time after a lumbar spine fusion can range anywhere from a month to six months, according to MedlinePlus. Recovery time will vary among individuals and depend on factors such as presurgical condition and age... More »

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Recovery after spinal fusion surgery typically takes four to six months for older patients, but it may take as little as four to six weeks for young patients who are otherwise healthy, according to MedlinePlus. Recovery ... More »

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Continued activity and exercise following lumbar fusion surgery, with the discretion of a physician or physical therapist, aids in recovery, explains Spine-health. Stretching promotes flexibility, and short walks prevent... More »

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The cost of a single-level spinal fusion surgery depends factors such as the state in which the surgery is performed, the severity of the injury and the recovery time spent in the hospital. Spine-health gives a general r... More »

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