The spine, also called the backbone provides stability, smooth movement, and protects the delicate spinal cord. It consists of bony segments called vertebrae and fibrous tissue called intervertebral discs.
Cervical refers to the 7 vertebrae of the neck. The cervical spine consists of other anatomic structures including muscles, bones, ligaments, and joints. Normally, the cervical spine permits quite a range of flexibility and motion...
Degenerative spinal conditions are group of disorders that causes loss of normal structure and function of the spine.
Head and neck disorders are a group of disorders affecting the cervical (neck) region of the spine and these include neck pain, cervical sprains and strains, pinched nerves or other nerve injuries.
A herniated disc, also called a bulging disc, ruptured disc or slipped disc, occurs when the inner core of the spinal disc pushes out through the outer layer of the disc.
Lumbar degenerative disc disease is characterized by the breakdown of intervertebral discs in the region of lumbar spine (lower back) compressing nerve structures such as spinal nerve and spinal cord.
- Anterior Cervical Discectomy
- Cervical Corpectomy
- Balloon Kyphoplasty
- Spinal Fusion