Lumbar artificial disc surgery recovery involves post-op care, gradual mobility return, and pain management.
Artificial Disc Replacement
Pain from a spinal disc originates due to disc degeneration, inflammation, or excessive micromotion in the vertebra.
Post-cervical artificial disc replacement, follow prescribed care like rest, pain management, and restrictions for a smoother recovery.
Cervical disc replacement surgery bears risks such as infection, nerve injury, and implant-related issues, requiring thorough assessment.
Cervical artificial disc replacement recovery involves post-op care, mobility restoration, and pain management.
Cervical disc replacement surgery removes damaged disc, inserting an artificial one for better mobility and pain relief.
Artificial disc replacement is advised for treating the symptoms of chronic degenerative disc disease.
Two-level cervical disc replacement is a surgical procedure involving the replacement of two damaged cervical discs to restore neck function.
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