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Old 05-21-2018, 12:53 PM   #1
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Greetings,

I'm specifically interested in those who have had surgery and have led a very physical/athletic life prior, and hopefully after surgery.

We're you able to return to the sports or activities you enjoyed in the past? If so, were you able to achieve the same level of fitness and success in those activities?

I can push through pain until that pain becomes paralyzing or makes mobility impossible. But normal every day pain I can deal with. So I don't expect to be pain free after surgery, but is the pain something you can remain active with?

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You can try the search tool for past topics & specific information. https://www.neurotalk.org/search.php
If you see surgery mentioned by a member, you can click their username on the left for a drop down list - one option is find more posts by that member.. then look for the newest date for any updates..
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