Recently, Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed that he had surgery on the C5-C6 spinal cord. This was the answer of the founder of SpaceX to the question of Twitter user Andy Phillips, who noticed a scar located somewhere on Ilona’s neck. Phillips also has a similar scar, which has piqued his interest in whether Elon Musk was surgically or not.
Elon Musk shows that his first operation was unsuccessful
The CTO then stepped in and stated that he had previously had a Mobi-C, which is a type of cervical disc prosthesis that was previously installed on his C5-C6 segment of the spinal cord. He then revealed the shocking news that the first operation was actually unsuccessful because it failed to remove the bone spur that was sticking out right in the spinal cord.
He then said that the second operation was successful. Elon Musk is usually a person who does his research before offering something, and this is evident from his numerous interviews, such as the one he conducted with Jim Bridenstein from Everyday Astronaut, the popular YouTube channel and Twitter page.
Elon Musk, regarding his previous surgeries, suggests that people use Yelp or possibly other types of online examinations, including doctors. He said the effectiveness varied widely, but that was his general recommendation.
Maybe I can be useful. If the Mobi-C disk was installed on the C5-C6, however, the 1st operation could not remove the bone spur that stuck to my spinal cord. This was taken care of by the 2nd surgery. Recommend using Yelp or other online doctor reviews. Efficiency varies widely. – Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 17, 2020
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Neurolink Ilona Mask. Can they be related?
Ilona Mask’s latest company, known as Neuralink, revolves around technologies that improve and restore certain body movements, improving brain function. Neuralink recently announced a coin-sized chip that the company wants to insert into the skull later to make certain filaments easier and better for the brain and restore certain functions that would otherwise be problematic.
Although no official correlation has been announced, Neuralink wants to help people with physical disabilities either due to trauma or those born with these disabilities. The goal is to help people who have lost certain body functions as a result of injuries, and to restore them along with improving existing ones.
Neuralink received mixed reviews, and Fortune wrote an article about him: “Can Neuralic affect his reputation?” Despite the ambiguous reputation that Neuralink has gained, both Tesla and SpaceX have been successful this year and are only growing despite the ongoing pandemic. While other companies, such as Airbnb, were almost suppressed by the pandemic, Tesla and SpaceX rose in price according to an Electrek article.
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