Cervical Disc Surgery Plano TX

What to Expect Post-Surgery When Replacing Artificial Cervical Discs

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April 26, 2016

If you are looking into artificial cervical discs, then you definitely have a lot of questions. You want to know everything about the procedure, recovery, and risks before you enter into surgery. Toward that end, consider the following primer on what to expect post-surgery when you get an artificial cervical disc. In the time just ... read more

Tips to Help Your Recover from Neck Surgery from One of the Best Back Surgeons in Plano TX

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February 16, 2016

Spine problems are very common in the United States. Between 250,000 and 500,000 American adults suffer symptoms related to spinal stenosis, which is caused by degeneration of the spine. This means that about five out of every 1,000 people over the age of 50 have this problem. More than one-quarter of adults in the United ... read more

4 Advantages of Artificial Cervical Disc Replacements

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January 28, 2016

Simple neck and back pain can actually be debilitating to everyday life. And with so many bones, tendons, and other structures that make up the spine, there's plenty that could go wrong unfortunately. One of the more vitally important and mechanically astounding skeletal structures is the cervical disc, which allows for a large range of ... read more

Cervical Disc Surgery Plano TX: Five Cervical Disc Options

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December 7, 2015

Herniation and degeneration of vertebrae discs are a leading factor in cervical disc surgery Plano TX. When the cushions between the vertebrae become protruded, deteriorated or ruptured, they can cause pressure on the spinal nerve. This pressure can lead to excruciating pain and immobility. The damage to the cushions between the vertebrae can be the ... read more

Cervical Disc Surgery Plano TX: The Bryan Cervical Disc

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December 7, 2015

Cervical Disc Surgery Plano TX treats problems of the neckĀ or cervical spine. The cervical spine contains the spinal cord, which sends messages to the brain and controls your body movements. When injuries or wear and tear from aging impair normal neck function, a neurosurgeon may need to replace the natural disc using an artificial disc ... read more

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