When do you need surgery for herniated cervical disks?

Answer On One Hand: Nonsurgical OptionsYou may require surgery on a herniated cervical disc if traditional treatment fails. The symptoms of a herniated cervical disc should resolve themselves after six we... Read More »

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When does a cervical herniated disk require surgery?

On One Hand: Never; Other Options ExistTo have surgery on a herniated cervical disc is always a choice. Non-surgical treatment options include rest, cold therapy, neck collar, anti-inflammatory med... Read More »

What is a cervical herniated disc?

The discs on the cervical vertebra act as cushions between the bones of the spine in the neck region. Herniation of these discs on the cervical spine may cause potential risks for various debilitat... Read More »

Fibromyalgia, Myofascial Pain and/or herniated disks ...............?

I also have Fibro., & I am now fighting for my Social Security claim.At the time of diagnoses (Nov. '05), it had gotten so bad that I could hardly walk-my Dr. tested me for MS. Thankful that I don'... Read More »

What are the treatments for a herniated cervical disc?

A herniated cervical disc is literally a "pain in the neck." Discs between the vertebrae act as protective cushions. When a disc ruptures, the inside bulges out and presses against the spine. Treat... Read More »