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Outpatient Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion

In times past,  people were admitted to the hospital for the simplest of surgical procedures.  In the 1970’s,  a two week admission to the hospital for a simple carpal tunnel surgery was routine.  People would be admitted  a day or two before surgery to get testing.  Surgery was then performed.  Then,  the patient was discharged […]

Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion Results

How are the Results for Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion? General consensus by most surgeons and patients report a 95%-98% success rate in terms of relief of arm pain.  That statistic is very important for everyone to understand. Cervical Discectomy Surgery is successful for ARM PAIN.  Unfortunately,  that does not mean neck pain, or headaches. Just […]