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Cervical discs act as cushions or shock absorbers between the bones of the neck and spine. Discs that become damaged as a result of injury or wear can become painful and result in a loss of motion. If you are experiencing these symptoms, the spine and back care specialists at Yuma Regional Medical Center may recommend a procedure called a cervical disc replacement. In this procedure, your surgeon will remove the damaged or degenerated cervical disc and replace it with a specially-coated artificial disc to help relieve your pain and promote a full range of motion. Cervical disc replacement, which is performed under general anesthesia, is an alternative to the Spinal Fusion procedure which has a recovery time of approximately three months. With cervical disc replacement, the recovery time is reduced to approximately two weeks. Patients who have disc replacements also typically have fewer subsequent surgeries. For more information, or to make an appointment to see a specialist, please call 928-247-9714.
When the small bones of the spine become fractured or cause pain, a spine and back care specialist may recommend a procedure called a spinal fusion.
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We offer a full range of inpatient rehabilitative services designed to help patients of all ages regain their functional abilities and independence following treatment.
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George is feeling great and playing golf again, thanks to new leading-edge technology at Yuma Regional Medical Center.