Coccygectomy videos will help educate you on the process of getting a coccygectomy to possibly help with your coccyx and tailbone pain.
Getting a coccygectomy and finally choosing to get coccyx removal surgery is a big decision. The reasons for choosing to have one will vary from person to person, but the decision is a big one all the same. There are many factors to take into consideration before moving forward. These coccygectomy videos will show you the actual surgical procedure and better educate you as to the process of what goes on during surgery. Please note that these coccygectomy videos are not suitable for everyone and, if you're not accustomed to watching these types of topics, please do so at your own risk. This site does not endorse any singular physician or medical professional nor do we claim to be such and this website is strictly for informational purposes only.
VR Surgery Coccygectomy Procedure
How to Tell if You Have a Broken Tailbone (Fractured Coccyx)
The primary sign of a broken tailbone is persistent pain in the area as a result of a fall or contact with a hard surface.
Everything You Need To Know about Coccyx Pain
Dr. Ebraheim’s educational video describing anatomy of the coccyx (tailbone) + treatment of specific injuries associated with the coccyx.
Top 5 Self-Treatments for Tailbone (Coccyx) Pain
"Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present the Top 5 Self-Treatments for Tailbone (Coccyx) Pain or Coccydynia
Simply watching these coccygectomy videos will tell you whether or not you should get a coccygectomy. It is recommended to discuss you options with your medical professional to see if you're a candidate. If they don't listen and you still feel this is an option for you, get a second opinion. We did and it changed our lives. In our case, although it didn't completely relieve the pain in the coccyx, it did increase the quality of life drastically. For some, the coccyx removal procedure will be dramatic decrease in the level of pain felt in the tailbone while others may not notice it quite as much. There is always the risk of unintended side-effects, but again, speak to your surgeon for the risks pertaining to your unique situation.
If you have any questions, please feel free to drop us a line and we'll see what we can do to help. You can also take a few moments to watch these coccygectomy testimonials to help you make a decision on your journey to getting a coccygectomy.