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L4 L5 fixation surgery
Severe flashes from lower back running from back of thigh till shank when sittings and getting up. Also this get severe at night in sleeping when changing sleeping position. After mri and xray doc has adviced to undergo fixation surgey for L4&L5. Is this a correct treatment? What is the risk of this surgery? What is the sucess Percentage? Will it affect normal day to day life activities even after sucess treatment?
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Fixation surgery is usually adviced if spinal instability is there. With modern technology and experience this is a pretty safe surgery nowadays. All surgeries have inherent complications. If done with proper care and technique, usually one can go on with normal routine work.
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