Month: November 2013

Bone Spurs in the Neck: Cervical Osteophytes

As we age, our bodies, and particularly our our bones and joints are the first to degenerate, or break down. 50 percent of people over age 60 suffer from osteophytes,…

Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease

Your cervical discs act as natural shock absorbers, and when they begin to degenerate, it can cause lots of radiating pain in the arms, neck, and shoulders. In addition to…

Minimally Invasive Procedure: Posterior Discectomy

Cervical lamino-foraminotomy, more commonly known as posterior discectomy, is a minimally invasive procedure that provides high turnover rate in reducing radiating arm pain This procedure removes degenerated bone spurs and…
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