Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion
This will be my last post for at few days at least. Tomorrow, I’m having what Dr Cheney assures me is a text-book procedure at Albany Medical Center. I’m told it’s very common and I’ll be back to work in a couple weeks.
It’s amazing how many people tell me they know someone who has had this procedure. I’m surprised at how many people have had their throat cut open, their cervical discs removed, replaced with new bone and then fused together with a little clip.
While it sure doesn’t sound like fun, I’m looking forward to the relief it will provide. For the last few months I’ve been connecting to my office computer via my ThinkPad and GoToMyPC so I’m looking forward to sitting up straight again.
Feel free to read through some of my older posts and check out the search box for previous topics. BitsFromBill.com will be three years old next week. I’ll have some time to come up with some new topics and will be posting again as soon as I get a chance.
If you found me searching Google because you have neck problems stop back and I’ll tell you how it goes. One of my old friends helped create http://www.revolutionhealth.com so I’ll probably post reviews of my medical care there.
Sidenote: November 19th is also the 11th Anniversary of the launch of our very first WinPatrol to the public.