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Inability to walk one week postop

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  • I know this is 4 years after the initial discussion but the topic is very relevant for me as Im 2 weeks post op from a microdisectomy and having inability to walk without assistance like a walker or other assistance. Ive seen the comments about the need to work through the pain which is why Im using the walker 4 times a day - this has helped restore some muscle strength but still cant manage to walk unassisted without risk of falling and still having fairly severe lower back pain even with the walker. Any comments very appreciated.

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