Neck Surgical Procedures
When surgery is indicated, these videos explain surgical options for neck pain including minimally invasive and traditional techniques.
Anterior Cervical Corpectomy
Anterior Cervical Corpectomy involves the removal of bone and discs from your cervical spine, followed by a fusion.
Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion
Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion removes a herniated or diseased disc and relieves neck and radiating arm pain.
Cervical Laminaplasty (Cervical Laminoplasty)
Cervical Laminaplasty creates more space for the spinal cord and nerve roots to relieve the painful pressure of spinal stenosis.
Cervical Posterior Foraminotomy
Cervical Posterior Foraminotomy creates more space for a compressed spinal nerve in your neck.
Laminectomy (Cervical) with Fusion
Laminectomy (Cervical) with Fusion removes a section of bone from the rear of one or more vertebrae to relieve the painful and disabling pressure of stenosis.
Micro Endoscopic Posterior Cervical Discectomy
Micro Endoscopic Posterior Cervical Discectomy removes bone and/or portions of a herniated or diseased disc to relieve neck and radiating arm pain.
Cervical Artificial Disc Replacement
Cervical Artificial Disc Replacement replaces a diseased or damaged spinal disc with a specialized implant designed to preserve motion in the neck.