Posterior Cervical Decompression
Posterior cervical decompression is a procedure where portions of a cervical vertebrae are removed to ease pain caused by inflamed spinal tissue or nerves.
This procedure is often performed to treat several common conditions:
- Herniated discs
- Degenerative nerve disease
- Spinal stenosis (bone spurs)
- Bulging discs
Surgeons reach the affected disc through an incision the back of the neck, and using a surgical microscope, remove portions of the disc.
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