Cervical spine surgery is generally performed on an elective basis to treat either nerve spinal cord impingement decompression surgery spinal instability fusion surgery the two procedures are often combined as a decompression may de stabilize the spine and create the need for a fusion to add stability. The goal of cervical spine surgery is to relieve the pain and resolve the underlying problem this is often done through nerve decompression surgery decompression procedures work by removing any tissue pressing against the spinal cord or nerve or by creating more space for the nerve tissue to remain unobstructed the bonati spine procedures. Your orthopaedic surgeon or neurosurgeon may recommend cervical spine surgery to relieve neck pain numbness tingling and weakness restore nerve function and stop or prevent abnormal motion in your neck a spine surgeon reviews a patients cervical x ray. Cervical spine surgery involves removing a part of your spine and then fusing vertebrae in your back to do this bone grafts are usually used sometimes that means removal of your own bone during or before the cervical spine surgery it may also mean using donated bone from a bank if necessary the bone graft may be complemented by temporary or permanent metal plates wiring or screws the
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