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Helping North Dallas and Sherman, TX Herniated Cervical Disc Sufferers

When a vertebral disc in the cervical section of your spine ruptures, this is a condition known as a herniated cervical disc. These cervical vertebrae are located right below the skull and in your neck. When one of these discs ruptures, the gelatinous inner layer bulges out of the outer shell, which causes problems when it pushes on the nerves in your spine. The resulting symptoms from a ruptured disc are pain and numbness. If you have a herniated cervical disc in the Dallas area, Spine Vue offers treatment.


Herniated Cervical Disc Symptoms

When a herniated cervical disc ruptures, it’s important to seek professional medical treatment. This type of spinal pain doesn’t go away on its own. The longer you neglect medical care, the more you suffer. A herniated cervical disc will display multiple symptoms, including the following:

  • Shooting pain in one or both of your arms
  • Burning pain in one or both of your arms
  • Discomfort in one or both of your arms
  • Weakness or numbness in one or both of your arms

Herniated Cervical Disc Causes

Multiple scenarios can cause a herniated cervical disc. Those with physically demanding jobs or activities are at risk, and your chances can increase as you get older. Stay conscious of any symptoms if any of the following example causes are a plausible situation for you:

  • Heavy lifting
  • Trauma or injury
  • Degeneration resulting from the natural aging process

Options for Treating a Herniated Cervical Disc

Dr. Jones-Quaidoo will likely attempt to treat your herniated cervical disc, starting with non-surgical treatment options, including medications and physical therapy. If surgery is necessary, then options for treatment include Anterior Cervical Discectomy Fusion and Posterior Cervical Laminotomy. We perform Anterior Cervical Discectomy Fusion by removing the ruptured disc and inserting a bone graft to replace it. The Posterior Cervical Laminotomy involves removing the lamina and spinous process, which decreases the pressure exerted on your spinal cord. Dr. Jones-Quaidoo will determine the most appropriate treatment for your herniated cervical disc in our Dallas spine center. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment, and we’ll find you the relief you need for a happier life.

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