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Went through this last year after the car crash - three herniated disks in the neck.

Much better now, but not perfect by any means... Hope your recovery is speedy and complete.
 

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Prayers on a successful full healing and your "return to service" in breaking lots of clays !!! Happy Thanksgiving as well to you and your family.

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I had to have a fusion done to “decompress” nerves in my neck. They went in from the front and used both cadaver bone and a titanium “appliance” to fix it in place. Took a while. But I got my hands back to being ambidextrous in blind hole situations. ( find and start nuts with either hand up inside a fender ). If your doc recommends a surgical fix get a neurology consult. Only let a neurosurgeon do the work. Orthopedic guys are like framing carpenters. Neurosurgeons are like the finishers.
 

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I had to have a fusion done to “decompress” nerves in my neck. They went in from the front and used both cadaver bone and a titanium “appliance” to fix it in place. Took a while. But I got my hands back to being ambidextrous in blind hole situations. ( find and start nuts with either hand up inside a fender ). If your doc recommends a surgical fix get a neurology consult. Only let a neurosurgeon do the work. Orthopedic guys are like framing carpenters. Neurosurgeons are like the finishers.
Had the same deal. They can that a mobi c. But I had the cadaver bone, had to take my own cadaver. You know how hard it is to find one. Fixed me up in 2 hours and back home the same day. Feel better.. thanks for the response
 
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