CONDITIONS

Not sure which spine condition you might have? Find out with our 2-minute Condition Checker.

WE ARE HERE TO LISTEN, TELL US YOUR STORY

Do you have a spinal condition that’s causing you chronic pain intense enough to interfere with your life or day-to-day activities? Are you afraid you’ll never be able to get your pain under control or that it might continue to worsen as you age? 

WELL, YOU’RE NOT ALONE. 

Many people with spinal disorders feel frustrated, confused, and helpless about their conditions. As many as 500,000 people suffer from some form of spinal injury each year. The good news is that you can ease your concerns and fears by gaining a better understanding of your condition. 

 

At NJ Spine and Orthopedic, we work to help you understand your symptoms, diagnose your condition and inform you of the various treatments. Below is an overview of the most common types of spine conditions, as well as other orthopedic conditions.

Tips for Back Pain Relief: Exercises to Try at Work

It’s no surprise that working long hours at a desk can lead to muscle and back pain. But did you know you can relieve back pain at work, even while sitting at your desk? At NJ Spine & Orthopedic, we help our patients learn techniques to manage and ease back pain every day. If your aches and pain continue and interrupt your quality of life, we suggest you consult one of our experienced spine doctors to get the treatment and support to meet your unique needs. Our Concierge Team is also happy to advise you on the best and most stress-free options so you can live your most comfortable and pain-free life. 5 Easy Desk Exercises to Relieve Back Pain If you’re experiencing pain or tightness in your back, your ability to focus on daily activities becomes exponentially more difficult. Try incorporating these simple exercises at your desk to help ease the strain and prevent neck, back, and shoulder pain at work. Executive Stretch: While seated, place your hands behind your head, lacing your fingers together. From here, try to bring your elbows back and towards each other. Take a deep breath through your abdomen and hold for 20 seconds. Let out an exhale and repeat this motion one to two more times. Neck Rotations: You can do exercise throughout the day to relieve back and neck pain. Sit straight upright and gently turn your head to one side, aiming to move it past your shoulder. Hold this stretch for five seconds and repeat it three to five times daily. Seated Lower Back Rotational Stretch: This exercise helps ease lower back strain like the seated spinal stretch. While seated, cross your right leg over your left and place your left elbow against the outside of your right knee. Hold for 10 seconds and repeat on each side three to five times a day, twice daily. Seated Spinal Twist: This is a great exercise to relieve tension in your sides and lower back. Sit straight and cross your arms over your chest, grabbing each shoulder with your opposite hand. Slowly twist to the right as far as possible and hold for five seconds. Repeat this same motion, rotating to the left. Do this exercise three to five times on each side. Sitting Back Extensions: Another great exercise to stretch your lower back is sitting straight in your chair with your feet together. Place your palms on the small of your back, then slowly lean back, keeping your spine and neck straight. This will stretch out your lower back muscles and offer immediate relief. Practice doing this exercise up to five times a day. After spending a few minutes throughout your day completing these exercises, you’ll be surprised how soon you notice an improvement in your aches and pains. These simple stretches relieve achy muscles and add relaxation during the workday. Other Tips to Ease Back Pain While You’re At Work Many of us spend hours each day sitting and working at

More

Laminoforaminotomy vs. Traditional Spinal Surgery: Advantages and Differences

The thought of having surgery on your spine can be intimidating. If you have tried to treat your spinal stenosis through medications or physical therapy but haven’t experienced any relief, your doctor may recommend surgery as the best way to find relief. Luckily, a minimally invasive alternative to traditional spinal surgery called a laminoforaminotomy can help. If you suffer from spinal stenosis, you know what it is like to live each day with pain, numbness, and tingling sensations. Medications and steroid shots deliver temporary relief for these symptoms, but generally, only surgery can correct the source of the symptoms within the spinal canal. You can trust the award-winning and experienced surgeons at NJ Spine & Orthopedic to perform this minimally invasive surgery and get you the care you need. What Is a Laminoforaminotomy? A laminoforaminotomy is an outpatient procedure used to treat people suffering from spinal stenosis. Specifically, the procedure can be used to fix herniated discs, bone spurs, bulging discs, and facet hypertrophy, which all can result from spinal stenosis and place pressure onto the spinal cord. A doctor usually recommends surgery only after other treatments fail to provide a patient with adequate relief. These other treatments usually consist of medications, physical therapy, and steroid injections.  During a laminoforaminotomy, the surgeon will make a very small incision and then carefully remove the bone or other tissue that is compressing the spinal cord in order to make more room in the spinal canal. As a result, there should be no more pressure being placed on the spinal cord, and the patient should be relieved of any pain, numbness, and tingling that stemmed from such pressure before. What Are the Advantages of a Laminoforaminotomy and How Is It Different From Traditional Spinal Surgery? There are several advantages to having a laminoforaminotomy in lieu of traditional spinal surgery. To begin, a laminoforaminotomy is minimally invasive due to the very small incision the surgeon makes and operates within. This patient typically loses much less blood, and the recovery time is much quicker because no muscles or unnecessary tissues were cut into by the surgeon. When a patient undergoes a laminoforaminotomy, they can often return home on the same day as the procedure. This reduces the risk of infection that comes with staying in a hospital overnight. A laminoforaminotomy differs from traditional spinal surgery in a couple of ways. While the goal of both types of procedures is to relieve the pressure being put on the spinal cord, one option is much more invasive than the other. In a traditional open spine surgery, the incision is much larger, and the surgeon cuts through more muscle and tissue to reach the area on which to operate. The recovery after a traditional spinal surgery is also much longer, and the pain is often more severe due to how invasive the incision was. Additionally, traditional spinal surgery comes with an increased risk of infection due to the nature of the incision and the need to remain in

More

Exploring the Benefits and Risks of Steroid Injections

Steroid injections may also be referred to as corticosteroid injections or cortisone shots, and these injections can provide relief to those suffering from arthritis, tendinitis, spinal stenosis, and other painful conditions. Although steroid injections come with risks such as infection, headache, and nerve damage, the results can last for six weeks or six months depending on other factors. It is not uncommon for a doctor to incorporate steroid injections into a more comprehensive treatment plan that may include physical therapy and other medications. For many people, the benefits of steroid injections outweigh the risks. If you want to explore steroid injections as a possible treatment for your condition, you should consult with an experienced doctor. The skilled team of physicians and medical staff at NJ Spine & Orthopedic are prepared to help you relieve your pain. What Are the Benefits of Steroid Injections? Corticosteroid injections contain anti-inflammatory medications, and they are injected directly into the inflamed site, which is often a joint. Steroid injections are commonly used to treat the following conditions: Arthritis  Sciatica Tendinitis Bursitis  Spinal stenosis Chronic back pain Injuries such as a pinched nerve or ruptured disc Steroid injections deliver relief to the painful area by using cortisone to reduce inflammation.  In addition to this major benefit, there are other advantages of steroid injections. For example, the injections can be used to help a patient participate in physical therapy. If a patient needs physical therapy to recover from an injury, steroid injections can relieve the patient’s pain site and allow the patient to do physical therapy more easily. Additionally, steroid injections may allow a patient to postpone surgery like a complete joint replacement. Doctors may recommend the injections to provide enough relief to delay surgery for a patient. What Are the Risks of Steroid Injections? Patients face certain risks when they receive steroid injections. Some temporary side effects can occur, such as pain at the injection site, fainting, dizziness, nausea, and headaches. Additionally, steroid injections can increase a person’s blood sugar. If you are going to receive a steroid injection, you should arrange for someone to drive you home after your procedure. Patients should be aware of the other risks associated with steroid injections. Repeated steroid injections can cause bone damage, cartilage damage, nerve damage, tendon rupture, or other spinal cord damage. Despite these risks, many patients have successfully benefited from the pain relief that steroid injections bring. You should seek the opinion of a trusted medical professional to see if steroid injections are an appropriate treatment for you. Reach Out to NJ Spine & Orthopedic Today and Find Out if Steroid Injections Are the Right Treatment for You Living with chronic pain is not easy. People should be able to go about their daily lives without debilitating pain in their backs and/or joints. For some patients, steroid injections deliver the pain relief that they have been looking for and can also postpone the need for surgery. Steroid injections can effectively treat numerous inflammatory conditions, but they

More

Orthopedic Health for Seniors: Staying Active and Independent

Growing older is a privilege, and a long life can bring about many wonderful experiences and memories. Unfortunately, as our bodies age, we face the risk of falls, fractures, breaking bones, and painful osteoarthritis. Many seniors feel pain in their joints, but they may not realize that their lifestyle is contributing to their poor orthopedic health. Luckily, seniors can take certain measures to improve their orthopedic health and maintain a good quality of life in their old age. From regular exercise to a healthy diet, there are simple ways for seniors to prioritize their orthopedic health to stay active and independent. If you are a senior dealing with fractures, dislocations, or painful joints of any kind, you should set up an appointment to address these issues with a trusted medical professional. At NJ Spine & Orthopedic, our experienced physicians and medical staff will work with you to improve your orthopedic health. What Orthopedic Health Risks Do Seniors Face? Senior citizens are more likely to face certain orthopedic health issues than younger people. One of the most common ailments for seniors is osteoarthritis. This condition occurs when the cartilage between the bones deteriorates over time, and the joints most frequently affected are the knees, hips, shoulders, and hands. The pain within these affected joints can make everyday activities nearly impossible to do. In addition to osteoarthritis, many seniors face the risk of fractures due to brittle bones. Over time, bone mineral density will decrease and cause the bones to weaken. This increases the risk of fractures any time a senior falls on the weakened bones.  Also, seniors are at risk of dislocating their joints, which can be extremely painful. Many seniors are prone to fall due to poor balance. Falling can knock bones out of their joints, thus causing painful dislocations.  What Lifestyle Changes Can Seniors Make to Stay Active and Independent? Senior citizens can make certain lifestyle changes to improve their orthopedic health. To begin, seniors should eat a healthy diet and get adequate sleep. Giving your body the right amounts of nutrients and rest will help your body function properly, especially as you get older. Seniors who want to maintain or improve their orthopedic health should also prioritize getting regular exercise. Moving your body and avoiding a sedentary lifestyle is the key to good orthopedic health. Exercise is also a great way to improve balance, and lifting weights and other strength training can help build muscle. Also, seniors should remember to stretch before they exercise, as stretching can help with flexibility and lower the chance of getting hurt during any kind of physical activity. The quality of life for many seniors depends on how easily they can move their bodies without experiencing pain in their joints. If you are a senior experiencing joint pain, it is not too late to take measures to improve your orthopedic health.  Contact the Professionals at NJ Spine & Orthopedic to Discuss Your Orthopedic Health Today Senior citizens face higher risks of osteoarthritis, falls,

More

Debunking Myths About Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Undergoing spine surgery can be overwhelming. You may not be sure how long your recovery process will take, and you are probably worried about the effects of the surgery on your body. Traditional spine surgeries take a serious toll on a person’s body, but minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) provides many other benefits. Many surgeons opt to use this approach to conduct spine surgeries in order to provide faster recovery and less damage to the body. There are several myths surrounding MISS, however. They often focus on the recovery time, risks involved, and the effectiveness of the procedure. However, a skilled surgeon will walk through all applicable treatment options with a patient to allow the patient to make such an informed decision. If you are facing spine surgery, do not be afraid to ask your surgeon questions about their methods. The experienced team of surgeons at NJ Spine & Orthopedic is prepared to treat many spinal conditions using MISS techniques. What Is Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery? Minimally invasive spine surgery is a surgical technique in which the surgeon utilizes a smaller incision and prioritizes minimal spinal exposure for the patient. During a MISS procedure, the surgeon makes a very small incision and performs the surgery only through that incision. The surgeon uses unique tools that are designed to operate on the spine through such a small incision. More and more surgeons are choosing to perform MISS procedures in order to reduce the risk to the patient and speed up recovery time. MISS procedures can be a great option for many patients, but some people are hesitant to choose it over traditional spine surgery. Misinformation may lead a patient to believe that a minimally invasive procedure is not as effective as traditional spine surgery. This is why it is important for doctors and surgeons to educate their patients about all applicable treatment options. Common Myths Surrounding Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Unfortunately, many patients either assume or have heard various reasons not to explore minimally invasive spine surgery. We are here to help debunk the following three myths in order to shed light on the truth about these procedures: Myth 1: Recovery Time for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Is the Same as Traditional Spine Surgery A lot of people assume that a MISS procedure requires around the same recovery time as any other traditional spine surgery. However, just because a MISS procedure involves operating on the spine, this does not mean the recovery will be long and drawn out. In fact, many people who undergo a MISS procedure can return home the same day. Additionally, many patients are able to return to their everyday activities within six weeks. Myth 2: Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Is Riskier Than Traditional Spine Surgery Due to the very small incision used in minimally invasive spine surgery, many people think the surgeon is operating blindly. This causes some people to assume a MISS procedure is riskier, but that is not the case. In a minimally invasive procedure,

More

Cervical Spinal Stenosis: Finding Relief With Specialized Surgery

Many people suffer from neck pain on a regular basis. From sitting all day and staring at our work computers to looking down constantly at our phones, there are countless reasons for a sore neck. One possible reason for consistent neck and upper back pain is cervical spinal stenosis. This condition occurs when the spinal canal narrows, adding pressure to the spinal cord and nerves. There are treatment options that provide temporary relief, but specialized surgery is often the only way to reduce the pressure being put on the spinal cord. Cervical spinal stenosis may not present any symptoms when the condition is in its early stages. Unfortunately, pain in the neck and upper back will develop and worsen as the condition progresses. If you are struggling with cervical spinal stenosis, do not hesitate to reach out for help. The experienced surgeons and physicians at NJ Spine & Orthopedic can develop a personalized treatment plan for your cervical spinal stenosis. What Is Cervical Spinal Stenosis and What Are the Symptoms? Spinal stenosis can occur in the lower back or the upper back and neck region. When a person experiences spinal stenosis around the upper back and neck, it is referred to as cervical spinal stenosis. This condition develops when the spinal canal has narrowed, and there is pressure on the spinal cord. Aging is the most common cause of cervical spinal stenosis because the discs in a person’s cervical spine will degenerate naturally over time. Additional causes of cervical spinal stenosis include: Bone spurs caused by arthritis Herniated discs Scoliosis  Injury to the spine Spinal tumors A person suffering from cervical spinal stenosis may not notice any symptoms at first. The early stages of the condition are often symptomless; however, several symptoms commonly develop as the condition progresses. For example, patients often suffer from neck pain, numbness, and tingling or weakness that has traveled to the arms and hands. Many of these symptoms could be attributed to other conditions, which is why you should see a trusted medical professional who can correctly diagnose you with cervical spinal stenosis.  What Are the Treatments for Cervical Spinal Stenosis? There are several treatment options that can provide relief for cervical spinal stenosis pain. These treatments are meant to address the symptoms of cervical spinal stenosis, but the only way to correct the source of the symptoms is through specialized surgery.  As for non-surgical treatment options, your doctor may recommend anti-inflammatory pain medications, physical therapy, neck immobilization, or steroid injections. If your case of cervical spinal stenosis is still in the early stages, non-surgical treatments may provide the relief you need. On the other hand, if you find that your neck pain and other symptoms persist or worsen, your doctor may recommend surgery. While non-surgical treatments are often aimed at remediating pain, the benefit of specialized surgery is that it will correct the narrowed spinal canal that is pressuring the spinal cord. The specific procedures used to treat cervical spinal stenosis include a laminectomy

More

Values to Search for in Your Spinal Doctor

Back pain is a common ailment among many Americans. Whether the pain comes from poor posture, injury, or a specific disease, there are treatments to help relieve the pain. Oftentimes, the knowledge of a specialist is needed to treat certain conditions. Finding the right spinal doctor can seem overwhelming, but you can narrow your choices down by looking at a doctor’s credentials, reputation, and treatment options. People suffering from any kind of back pain should be equipped with the tools to find the best possible doctor to treat their condition. Once you know what steps to take, finding the right doctor should not be difficult. The talented physicians, surgeons, and medical staff at NJ Spine & Orthopedic are qualified to treat many different conditions affecting the spine, and we are ready to help you. A Good Spinal Doctor Should Have The Right Credentials When you are trying to find a spinal doctor, you should first check the doctor’s credentials. Thanks to modern technology, you should have no trouble looking up various doctors online. Narrow your search to doctors in your area and then check to make sure they graduated from an accredited medical school and have an active medical license. You will want to know if the doctor has specialized in areas related to the spine during their residency.  Also, if the doctor is a surgeon, look to see if they specialize in orthopedic surgery or neurological surgery. Finally, you should look for a doctor that is board-certified within their specialty. A doctor’s educational background and chosen specialty is often a good indicator that they are equipped to treat your condition. In addition to a doctor’s educational background, the number of years the doctor has been practicing is another factor to consider. You want a doctor that has experience interacting with and treating patients who have the same or similar condition as you. References and Reviews Can Help You Find the Right Spinal Doctor If you are in the market for a spinal doctor, you want to find one with a good reputation. Luckily, reviews, references, and testimonials for specific doctors are easily available online. Not only can you find testimonials from other patients with your condition or similar ones, but you can also read reviews on how the doctor treated those patients. These reviews will let you know how satisfied patients are with that specific doctor’s approach and their treatment plan. Remember to take the time to read the full testimonials before judging a doctor based on a number or star rating. There can be nuances to the testimonials, and one difficult patient may leave a negative review that affects the doctor’s overall rating. Doing the proper research will help you find the best spinal doctor for your condition. Your Spinal Doctor Should Offer a Variety of Treatments Your doctor should also provide a variety of treatment options for their patients. You can gather this information by looking into the provider office’s website and cross-referencing possible treatment plans with

More

What Is a TFCC Tear and How Is It Treated?

Triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) is a special structure in your wrist that is made up of cartilage and ligaments. The TFCC’s purpose is to connect the bones in your forearm to your wrist, providing support, stabilization, and cushioning for the wrist. However, the TFCC can become torn due to an injury to the wrist or degeneration of the ligaments. Treatment for a TFCC tear can range from letting it heal on its own to surgery. If you are currently experiencing discomfort in your wrist, you should consider consulting with a trusted medical professional. Wrist pain can be caused by a multitude of various reasons, and a physician can help determine if you have a TFCC tear. At NJ Spine & Orthopedic, our skilled surgeons, physicians, and medical staff are ready to help you with your wrist pain, and our Concierge Team will assist you as you prepare for your appointment. What Is the TFCC and How Does It Become Damaged? The triangular fibrocartilage complex provides crucial support to one of the most used joints in your body: the wrist. The TFCC is specifically located on the pinky side of your wrist. The cartilage and ligaments that make up the TFCC connect your radius and ulna (the forearm bones) to each other. Simultaneously, the TFCC connects the two forearm bones to the bones within your wrist. A TFCC tear could be caused by several different circumstances. The ligaments in the TFCC will wear down over time, and this natural degeneration leaves the TFCC prone to tears. Repeated motions, such as the ones used in baseball or tennis, also can cause degeneration of the TFCC ligaments. In addition to degeneration, injuries like falling onto your wrist or twisting your wrist will most likely cause a TFCC tear.  How Is a TFCC Tear Treated? Common symptoms of TFCC tears include hearing clicking or popping sounds when you rotate your wrists or forearms, pain when rotating your wrist, pain on the pinky side of your wrist, weakness in your wrist, and trouble gripping items firmly. A minor TFCC tear does not require treatment and can heal on its own. Depending on the severity of the TFCC tear, your treatment options may include anti-inflammatory medication, splints to stabilize your wrist, injections of cortisol, or even surgery. In most cases, surgery is only recommended when other repeated treatments fail to provide relief. If you wish to prevent a TFCC tear, there are certain steps you can take. Physical therapy can help you strengthen your wrist muscles, thus decreasing your risk of injury. You can also warm up and stretch your wrist properly before participating in activities like baseball or tennis. If you like strength training, you can focus on the muscles in your wrists and forearms. Stronger muscles will reduce your chance of injury if you fall. The Experienced Doctors at NJ Spine & Orthopedic Can Help While minor TFCC tears can heal on their own, more serious tears can be very painful. The wrist is

More

Does Tape Help With Back Pain?

Back pain comes in all shapes and sizes. A person could suffer from chronic lower back pain, upper back pain, or acute pain. One possible solution for such pain is the use of kinesiology tape. This special tape is a holistic approach to healing back pain, and it offers several benefits. If you suffer from back pain, the experienced professionals at NJ Spine & Orthopedic are ready to help you find relief. Our team can assess your condition and determine what treatment plan is best for you. Additionally, our excellent Concierge Team will assist you in gathering your medical records in preparation for your appointment. What Is Kinesiology Tape? Kinesiology tape is a special tape used to target muscles and tissues for various medical purposes. This tape sticks directly to the skin and is made out of a breathable material. Kinesiology tape is often waterproof and sweatproof; therefore, athletes can wear the tape without it coming unstuck. Typically, kinesiology tape will last a few days on the body without needing to be replaced. Kinesiology tape treats specific muscles and tissues without immobilizing the patient wearing it. A patient can apply the tape over the injured or sore area and continue to go about their daily life. The tape allows the injured area to heal by stabilizing the muscles and promoting circulation of the blood.  Who Can Benefit From Kinesiology Tape? Kinesiology tape is not used exclusively by athletes. Many people suffering from back pain can benefit from using the tape. In fact, any active person who is consistently overusing certain muscles could benefit from kinesiology tape. Additionally, someone with a relatively sedentary lifestyle who suffers from poor posture or a poor sleeping position could improve their condition by using kinesiology tape. Kinesiology tape can even be used to treat someone with degenerative joint disease. Any person experiencing back pain should consult with an experienced medical professional to find out if kinesiology tape should be used in conjunction with a more extensive treatment plan. A trusted professional may recommend kinesiology tape whether the patient’s back pain is caused by an injury or simply a repetitive motion. How Kinesiology Tape Can Help With Back Pain A patient using kinesiology tape to target back pain will most likely notice improvement within the first full day of treatment. The first major benefit of using kinesiology tape is pain relief and reduced inflammation. The tape accomplishes this by improving the circulation of blood and certain lymphatic fluids. Kinesiology tape can also benefit a patient by supporting certain muscles. The tape helps to target weaker muscles, improve posture, and prevent the straining of the injured muscle or tissue. Kinesiology tape might be the key to your back pain relief. You will also most likely need another person to apply the tape to the correct place on your back. If you are experiencing back pain, you should contact a trained professional who can fully assess your injury and determine a complete treatment plan that best suits you.

More

The Advantages of M6-C Artificial Cervical Disc Replacement

People suffering from chronic pain due to cervical degenerative disc disease may think that spinal infusion surgery is their only option to find relief. Fortunately, there is a less invasive procedure available to replace degenerated discs. This procedure is called M6-C artificial cervical disc replacement, and it involves replacing the damaged cervical disc with an artificial disc that can last 10 or more years. If you suffer from cervical degenerative disc disease, you may want to consider M6-C artificial cervical disc replacement. This procedure is minimally invasive, preserves mobility, and its results recreate the natural motion of the spine. Our award-winning surgeons at NJ Spine & Orthopedic deliver excellent care to their patients and are ready to help you get back to your everyday life. What Are the Advantages of M6-C Artificial Cervical Disc Replacement? People with cervical degenerative disc disease can benefit from M6-C artificial cervical disc replacement. Cervical degenerative disc disease occurs when the cervical discs between the vertebrae lose their hydration, thus causing the discs to crack or tear. Cervical degenerative disc disease is most likely to occur at the C5-C6 level, but it can occur anywhere in the cervical spine. People with this condition often suffer from neck pain that can move down the arm. This pain can even become chronic and impair mobility. M6-C artificial cervical disc replacement is a great option for anyone suffering from a degenerated disc. The artificial disc used in this procedure is shock-absorbing, resembles a natural cervical disc, and was approved by the FDA in 2019. Patients who undergo M6-C artificial cervical disc replacement enjoy improved range of motion in the neck that other procedures cannot produce. Additionally, the results of the procedure are long-lasting, as the artificial disc can last 10 years or more.  What to Expect From M6-C Artificial Cervical Disc Replacement M6-C artificial cervical disc replacement is a minimally invasive surgery. Your surgeon will make only the necessary incisions to remove the degenerated disc and replace it with the M6-C artificial disc. The artificial disc is effectively made to replicate the natural disc between the vertebrae, matching the same height and allowing for the same motions. The artificial disc is also designed to reduce any possible stress to neighboring vertebrae and discs. After replacing the disc, the surgeon will suture the incision, and recovery can begin. As with all surgeries, patients can expect to feel some discomfort after having the procedure. On the bright side, patients should be able to return home from the hospital within a day or so after the procedure. It is important that patients follow the instructions from the surgeon after the procedure in order to facilitate the quickest recovery. Most patients are able to resume their usual everyday activities between two and six weeks after the procedure. Contact NJ Spine & Orthopedic Today to Find Out If M6-C Artificial Cervical Disc Replacement Is Right for You Suffering from cervical degenerative disc disease can make everyday activities painful or impossible to do. You

More

LETS GET IN CONTACT

For immediate assistance, please call 855.586.2615
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

LETS GET IN CONTACT

For immediate assistance, please call 855.586.2615
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.