Microdiscectomy

Microdiscectomy or microdecompression is performed under general anesthesia. The back is cleansed and prepared for surgery. A tiny skin incision is made approximately the width of a dime. Microsurgical instruments are guided by fluoroscopy (surgical imaging).

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Posterior Cervical Fusion

A posterior cervical fusion may be recommended to stop motion between two or more vertebrae, to straighten the cervical spine from a spinal deformity, or to stabilize the cervical spine after a fracture.

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Cervical Foraminotamy

The procedure can be performed as a day stay surgery, but most patients stay in hospital for 1-2 nights. General anesthesia is utilized and the surgery is performed through an incision of 2-4 cm. Much emphasis is placed on performing the surgery through tiny incisions.

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