Glad your back and the surgery is now over and your on the road to recovery at least! I maybe can be of some assistance to you as I also was a W/C injury and also fought SSD for 3 years with numerous denials,by the way I am 51 as well as of last week. So we have alot in common although my injury was to my knee not my neck I have since developed ankyl.spondy in L234 and S1 with DDD
A note about
the all caps as many readers have some sight problems that make it really hard to read as PAlady said but I have some problems that make it harder for me to see it while typing on regular font and my just type it in a larger font and then change it before posting. YOu might try that if that is the problems your having.
If and when your feeling better I will be more then glad to try to help with your W/C questions or SSD and they key to winning here with either of them is just like you said persistant and to the point of obsessive.
I am wishing a wonderful painfree recovery and looking forward to seeing you more of you now that your home and recuperating.
Bilateral knee replacements,spondylosis of L-3,4,5 and S-1, osteoarthritis,premenopausal migraines.
Meds: Methadone,xanax,zanaflex,maxide,prempro,K+,indocin,lexapro,neurontin(coming off) lyrica(going onto)