Cervical Endoscopic Surgery

Primarily, an outpatient medical procedure, cervical endoscopic surgery is a treatment where there is no damage to the neck muscles, no bone removal or large incisions. This type of treatment can mitigate the long term side effects of a spinal fusion. In this procedure, a tube is inserted into the disc followed by a specially designed probe. This probe can extract various disc fragments in the cervical region. Altogether, this procedure lasts between 20 and 30 minutes.

Cervical endoscopic surgery can be specifically helpful in treating a herniated disc or spinal stenosis.