Power loss in both legs.
Hello sir/madam This is kedar tambe here. My dad had undergone a spine surgery in September. He was having problem from 12 years but Now its was increasing more thats why he take decision for operation. 1st operation was done on 9th September in lower back in which that surgeon had put two screw. And 2nd was done on 11th September of upper back near by neck in which that surgeon had remove the nerves problem and after this both operation there was hematoma after the 2nd operation had done. So the surgeon had remove that hematoma on 24th September. And from 16th September he is not be able to walk or stand properly there is normal motar And sensory level in both legs but from 8 months he is not be able to walk or stand. So i hope that you have any solution on this problem. Because we are in lots of tension & having more financial conditions problem. So please have some solution on my dad problem.
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Dr. Venkat Raghav
General Physician 4 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello... You better have one post op MRI of spine....that gives idea if any of these surgery went wrong....or any local anamoly ...I can understand your financial problem... Get one post op MRI and discuss with treating doc about possibility of regaining strength .... Suddenly patient cannot walk , first he should do limp exercise on bed only... If his sensory and motor system ate intact he can regain strength ... Physiotherapist will help you in teaching exercises
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