Premiere Spine Surgeon in New Jersey


Don’t let your compressed disc go untreated!

A Compressed Disc occurs when the integrity of one or more discs have deteriorated to the point that nerves are placed under a great deal of pressure resulting in nerve pain in the neck, back, hips, legs, and arms.

At Landa Spine Center, a Compressed Disc can be treated with decompression surgery.

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Six Convenient Locations Serving The New Jersey Area

Old Bridge Professional Plaza

300 Perrine Rd, Suite 333

Old Bridge NJ, 08857

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Surgicare

630 E Palisade Ave

Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632

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Barnert Medical Arts Complex

680 Broadway, Suite 204

Paterson, NJ 07514

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Elizabeth Chiropractic & Rehab

560 Newark Avenue, 2nd Floor

Elizabeth, NJ 07208

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Doctor’s Care    

901 N. Wood Avenue

Linden, NJ 07036

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Freehold NJ

4255 US Route 9, Suite5B

Freehold NJ 07728

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Procedures Dr. Joshua Landa Specializes In

Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion

Anterior cervical discectomy with fusion is an operative procedure which involves relieving the compression on nerve roots and/or the spinal cord by a herniated disc or bone spurs in the neck.

In anterior cervical discectomy with fusion, the surgeon approaches the cervical spine through a small incision in the front of the neck and removes the total disc or a part of the disc along with any bony material that is compressing the nerves and producing pain. Spinal fusion implies placing a bone graft between the two affected vertebral bodies encouraging the bone growth between the vertebrae. The bone graft acts as a medium for binding the two vertebral bones, and grows as a single vertebra which stabilizes the spine. It also helps to maintain the normal disc height.

3-6 week recovery time.

       
               

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