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cervical herniated disc

Hello my name is Chris. I am 51 yrs old and I have 2 herniated disc and bone spurs in my neck. I been diagnosed with this for a year now. I had the injections done several months ago, now doing physical therapy with very little help on the pain and discomfront.My question is a orthopedic surgeon had me do the physical therapy and if this didn't help that I would need surgery. Should I let him do the surgery or look at a neurosurgeon to perform the surgery? Trying to figure this out on who would be best qualified at this delicate operation.


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