What Is A Spinal Fusion?
Spinal fusions permanently connect two or more vertebrae in your spine to improve stability, correct a deformity or reduce pain. Your doctor may recommend a spinal fusion to treat: Deformities of the spine. Spinal fusion can help correct spinal deformities, such as a sideways curvature of the spine (scoliosis).
Who Are Candidates For This Surgery?
Spinal fusions are recommended to those who:
- Experience a deformity in their spine like Scoliosis.
- Need to remove a herniated disk.
- Have chronic lower or upper back pain.
- Suffer from spinal weakness and instability.
Recovery Process and OsteOrganiCAL Plus
When recovering from spinal fusion surgery, it normally takes three to six months to start to see improvements along with other physical therapy that is required. Within the recovery period there a few things that you can do that will expedite the healing process.
The most important factor in the healing process is the speed in which you grow bone between the vertebrae. Once the bone grows and connects the vertebrae of the surgical location it is considered fused and that is when the healing exponentially speeds up. OsteOrganiCAL Plus is highly absorbable plant based Calcium with Vitamin K2 and Vitamin D3 which has been clinically proven to speed up the body’s natural bone building process. Taking this all natural organic supplement will not only speed up the healing process, but it will continue to support your bone health of the adjacent vertebrae of the surgical location. It will provide life long support to your bone health and reduce your risk at having a second surgery on the vertebrae above and below the surgical site since there will be added stress on those locations. So if you are planning to or already have had a Spinal Fusion then you need to order your supply of OsteOrganiCAL Plus today in order to start the expedited healing process. Not only will your doctor be amazed in the speedy recovery but you will be surprised at doing the things you used to do much sooner than expected.