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 deserve to be able to move your body with ease and without chronic pain. M6-C artificial cervical disc replacement is an innovative and minimally invasive way to obtain relief from your degenerated discs. Our experienced surgeons and medical staff can make the process of getting an M6-C artificial cervical disc replacement as smooth as possible for you.

Reach out to NJ Spine & Orthopedic today to set up an appointment with one of our skilled medical professionals. We will work with you to determine if you need M6-C artificial cervical disc replacement. Our outstanding team of surgeons and medical staff are ready to help you. You can contact us by calling (866) 553-0612 or by filling out our contact form.

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