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Don’t let your Herniated Disc go untreated!

A Herniated Disc occurs when either a disc moves out of place or ruptures from strain placed on the spine. This puts pressure on the spinal nerves leading to pain, numbness, and weakness.

At Landa Spine Center, treatment for a Herniated Disc is typically cervical spine surgery which is minimally invasive 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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