Why I’d never ever get this procedure

It’s not worth the expense — here’s why

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If you ever need back surgery, read this first

Matt Cook here, and spinal fusion is a surgical procedure which permanently connects 2 or more vertebrae in the spine.

This eliminates any range of motion between the vertebrae.

Bone or a bone-like synthetic material is placed between the vertebrae and they are fused in place with plates, screws and rods.

It can be useful for deformities of the spine or severe spinal weakness and instability.

It has also become a common treatment for chronic lower back pain and disc degeneration.

But there is no benefit in terms of disability assessments from spinal fusion for back pain in comparison to nonsurgical treatments.

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The human research was carried out at Oslo University Hospital in Norway. The paper was published in Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases.

“We compared the long-term effectiveness of surgical and non-surgical treatment in patients with chronic low back pain.”

The researchers used data from 2 randomized controlled trials.

People who had fusion surgery, psychological therapy, and physiotherapy were compared against people who only had the 2 non-surgical therapies.

All of the participants in the study had confirmed disc degeneration and significant symptoms for a period of 1 year or more.

“We compared spinal fusion with cognitive intervention and exercises in 124 patients with disc degeneration and at least 1 year of symptoms after or without previous surgery for disc herniation.”

The researchers quantified the effect of the surgery by looking at disability ratings after the procedure.

The standardized disability questionnaire was used to score every participant of the study.

“The main outcome measure was the Oswestry disability index.”

The questionnaire includes questions on the topics of pain intensity, lifting, ability to care for oneself, ability to walk, ability to sit, sexual function, ability to stand, social life, sleep quality, and ability to travel.

They found that 4 years after the initial group had undergone surgery, approximately the same percentage of participants from both groups opted for surgery.

In other words, spinal fusion didn’t seem to decrease the number of people looking for a solution to their back problems 4 years later.

“At 4 years 24% of patients randomly assigned to cognitive intervention and exercises had also undergone surgery. 23% of patients assigned fusion had undergone re-surgery.”

Another important factor here is the ability to work.

The researchers discovered that undergoing spinal fusion surgery did not increase the likelihood of the patient being able to return to work afterward.

“There was no difference in return to work.”

The research shows that on average, spinal fusion surgery was not better than nonsurgical methods of cognitive therapy and physiotherapy combined.

“Long-term improvement was not better after instrumented transpedicular fusion compared with cognitive intervention and exercises.”

Spinal fusion is irreversible and has a very high rate of complications. It can make things worse in the long term for some people too.

While the procedure certainly has its uses, it has been massively overused in the case of people with lower back pain and disc degeneration.

Advances in surgical procedures have made many surgeons overly optimistic about the outcomes of these new possibilities.

Research like this shows that many of the technologically advanced surgeries which have become common in the last few decades are not helpful for most people.

The technology itself is fantastic, but the use cases are far more limited than people have been led to believe.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Four-year follow-up of surgical versus non-surgical therapy for chronic low back painhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19635718/