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Getting the Therapy
Artificial disc replacement generally treats degenerated discs in the spine or herniated discs in the spine.
Artificial disc surgery is a type of joint replacement procedure that involves inserting an artificial disc into the spine after a diseased spinal disc has been removed.
Artificial disc surgery is a type of joint replacement procedure, or arthroplasty, that involves inserting an artificial disc into the neck after a diseased spinal disc has been removed.
Through a small incision made near the front of your neck or abdomen (a surgical approach called the anterior approach) your surgeon will typically:
Knowing what to expect during your procedure may help you face your spine surgery with confidence. Your doctor will give you complete details about the procedure.
Information on this site should not be used as a substitute for talking with your doctor. Always talk with your doctor about diagnosis and treatment information.