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I cannot find a single shred of evidence that points towards c1 c2 fusion not being a completely life altering surgery with a high risk of morbid outcomes. Like a lifetime of pain management and discomfort, up to 80% loss of range of motion of the neck, being at a drastically higher risk for stroke post surgery, not being able to lift more than 20 pounds even after a year of recovery, are just a few I could think of right now. I would love to be directed to someones story of success with this surgery who is leading a normal life in a relatively short time frame after the surgery.. Without any of that I think I would gladly take the risk Prolotherapy over the almost near certainty of getting my life turned upside down by this type of surgery