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Patients with severe lower back pain due to narrowed passages for spinal nerves obtained sustained significant relief with a new, minimally invasive procedure, a new study shows.[1]

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Patients who underwent Posterior Cervical Fusion (PCF) and decompression obtained significant clinical improvement with high fusion rates and low revision and complication rates, and patient reported outcomes matched and, in some cases, exceeded the clinical results, according to a new study.

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There are several strong reasons why you should choose an artificial disc over a traditional Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion  or ACDF.  Let us first look at what is the optimal goal for a traditional anterior discectomy and fusion. 

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If you have ever gone to the hospital or have undergone a medical procedure, then it is possible that you have heard the terms “Inpatient” and “Outpatient” before. When going through surgery, it is typical for a patient to assume they will need to be hospitalized prior to their procedure but with constant technological advances in healthcare, increased minimally invasive techniques, and advances in pain control, that is not always the case.

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