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Anterior Cervical Endoscopic Discectomy

The minimally invasive Anterior Cervical Endoscopic Discectomy is employed to alleviate neck and arm pain. The pain is often caused by herniated cervical disc(s) in the front of the neck. A herniated disc often occurs when the structure’s soft center leaks through the outer shell via a small crack. This soft substance then can cause pain by putting pressure on a nerve. When the pressure is intense enough that non-invasive methods like physical therapy, diet, or light exercises do not yield results, then a surgeon may recommend the anterior cervical endoscopic discectomy.


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