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I have been diagnosed with spinal fusion disability and have problems with my spine (DDD) more then 5 years (as a consequence of injury). I suffer from intractable low back pain, caused by DDD, so physical treatment and management with analgesics really doesn’t work for me.

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You are right. The only solution for me is surgical treatment. I was reading on this CHARITÉ artificial disc with that of anterior lumbar fusion for the treatment of single-level DDD from L4–S1 refractory to nonsurgical treatment. Studies support the treatment, which is showed to be successful.
However, spinal fusion surgery is considered for patients in whom physical therapy for DDD fail. The surgery proves that reduces pain for 50 percent, also the disability scores has improved after surgery.
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