Cervical Spine Surgery
Are you tired of neck and nerve pain holding you back from living your life to the fullest? Contact the spine experts at Methodist McKinney Hospital to discuss the benefits of cervical spine surgery.
Cervical spine surgery is a type of spinal surgery that relieves numbness, tingling, pain, and weakness in the neck, shoulders, and upper extremities. If you suffer from any of these symptoms, look no further and contact one of our highly skilled, best in class spine surgeons today and stop the pain at its source.
7 Types of Cervical Spine Surgeries
The cervical spine contains seven vertebrae, C1 through C7. Participation in daily activities can put these vertebrae at risk of inflammation, strain, and damage. When you need relief from pressure on your spinal cord, consider the following surgical treatment options.
Anterior Cervical Discectomy With Fusion
Arthroplasty (Artificial Disc)
Syrinx to Subarachnoid Shunt
Reasons to Get Cervical Spine Surgery
There are a multitude of reasons as to why patients would need to undergo cervical spine surgery. The most common are due to age, spinal instability, disease, and injury.
Spine-related injuries that necessitate cervical spine surgery include:
Some common symptoms include: