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  • Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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    Complications depend upon why the device was implanted in the first place. If implantation was due to stenosis without slip, removing the device and then at the same time doing a central decompression will remedy the problem. If there is a slip and the vertebra is unstable, then a fusion might have to be contemplated.

    Dr. Corenman

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    Hi Fran

    I did indeed have the coflex surgery in the Uk. I had it done privately as we were in lockdown.
    I am now back in the NHS and have had scans done and am awaiting my consultation and plan to remove the implant.
    I would love to communicate further with you on this matter.
    My email is
    [email protected]

    I look forward to hearing from you

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