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    Cervical Fusion

    Cervical fusion surgery is recommended in conditions in which deformities or painful developments in the cervical or neck region of the spine need correction. Such surgery involves placing bone grafts between the affected cervical vertebrae, and securing those vertebrae with rods and screws to immobilize them. Over time, the vertebrae fuse together, eliminating the possibility of painful movement between them. Cervical fusion is performed to help in cases of spinal stenosis, disc herniation, and rheumatoid arthritis, fractures, misalignments, and deformities of the cervical area of the spine. Following surgery, most patients experience significant pain relief.

    About Cervical Fusion

    When you approach an orthopaedic surgeon for cervical pain arising from unstable or deformed vertebrae, the surgeon will usually initially try different nonsurgical treatment options. When conservative pain relief services do not yield results, cervical fusion intervention may be a possibility — it may help those who suffer from persistent back or neck pain. Often, these surgeries are also recommended for patients who need the spine stabilized once herniated spinal discs are removed.

    Cervical discs, cushioning cartilage segments between vertebrae, can become herniated, and can put pressure on nerves in the spine. If you suffer from such a condition, you may need discectomy surgery to have the affected discs removed. To prevent the spinal vertebrae on either side of the removed disc from them collapsing, the surgeon may perform a fusion procedure as part of the same surgical session.

    In some cases, an entire vertebra can be removed and then the spine will be fused with a process known as an anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF).

    The length of your recovery depends on several factors. The overall state of your health is a significant determinant. In most cases, people are able to get back to normal life activities a few weeks after surgery. You may need to wear a neck brace for some time, however. Physical therapy and treatment are also often requirements to help restore mobility to the neck.

     

    You can learn more about cervical fusion in Orlando (Florida), reaching out to Touch of Health.

     

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    Spine and Orthopedic Specialists

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    Our doctors

    Dr. Curtis L. Beauregard

    Board Eligible Neurosurgeon
    Wesleyan University, University of Kansas School of Medicine, University of Florida, Dartmouth Institute

    Dr. Beauregard approaches each patient’s unique problems with an individualized plan to optimize recovery and surgical outcomes. His mission is to provide patients with compassionate and comprehensive care focused on developing a treatment strategy to meet the patient’s specific goals and lifestyle.

    Patrick Tyrance Jr.

    Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Surgery Program Internship: Massachusetts General Hospital, General Surgery MBA, George Washington University. MD, Harvard Medical School. MPP, Harvard Kennedy School. BS, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

    Prior to becoming an Orthopedic Surgeon, he was a former All-Conference and Academic All-American linebacker at the University of Nebraska and drafted by the LA Rams before completing medical school and orthopedic surgery training at Harvard.

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