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The presence of back pain after spinal surgery depends on the reason for the procedure, according to Mayo Clinic. While fusion is effective at eliminating pain caused by fractures or spinal instability, the procedure pro... More »

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Most people need between 6 and 12 weeks to recover sufficiently from spinal fusion surgery to return to work, although people in physically demanding jobs often return to work with restrictions. The specific time varies ... More »

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Spinal fusion neck surgery is a procedure to join two bones in the neck, according to WebMD. The surgeon may perform the fusion by using bone grafts, metal plates or implants to hold the bones in place while they grow to... More »

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Appropriate stretching and exercise can significantly speed up recovery from spinal surgery and help prevent recurring pain, according to Spine-health. In addition, exercise improves circulation and releases endorphins, ... More »

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Symptoms of a tumor in the bladder include blood in urine, painful urination, frequent urination, back pain and pelvic pain, according to Mayo Clinic. The patient may also feel the urge to urinate but be unable to pass u... More »

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Types of spinal surgery procedures include spinal fusion, laminectomy, laminoplasty, foraminotomy and diskectomy, notes WebMD. People consider spinal surgery when other treatments have failed to treat back pain. Before r... More »

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Blurry vision or loss of vision can occur after spinal surgery for a number of reasons, including external ocular injury, cortical blindness, retinal ischemia, lumbar ION and acute glaucoma, which can be associated with ... More »

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