Cervical disc herniations are frequently treated with a cervical fusion.
A laminoplasty can give the spinal cord more space without the removal of the lamina.
Advances in technology make spinal surgery safer, more effective and less painful with faster recovery times.
An anterior fusion can be a simple and less painful approach to stabilizing the spine.
The use of instrumentation can lead to a more rapid fusion and recovery
Cervical stenosis can be treated with a laminectomy to give the spinal cord more space.
A laminotomy can be used to remove a bone spur from a nerve root with out removing the entire lamina.
If the spine is unstable and painful a fusion can add stability and remove the pain.
Removing the lamina can give the spinal cord more space.
Fusions can be achieved without the use on metal rods and screws.