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Hi All, to hospital at 8.00 a.m, in theater at 9.00,woke up at 11.45 a.m approximately & back home at 1.45 p.m. Doctor said it will take a few days for swelling & bruising to dissipate & we wont know the amount of pain reduction for a few days also. Wants to see me in 6 weeks time. BTW,a friend of ours is having this ablation treatment on her spine so it will be interesting to see how that goes.Thanks to members for your best wishes, James jj777746

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Hope recovery goes fast, smooth and, most of all, you're pain free.
Wife just had the spinal ablation and, she's great, now. Your friend should be elated.
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still pullin' fer ya James..
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Wishing you get back to line dancing in no time James
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Missed yesterday's post.......Hope you have a satisfactory result and the pain free that you want.........
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Hope your recovery is downhill toward a great end result.
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Congratulations...!

Don't push the recovery time...it's a small short term investment for a long term painless result...
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I’m wondering what your symptoms were like with your knees James . I have sharp pains in mine when I step up or down now . Never used to be like that , then the past five years it progressively got worse .
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