Cervical pain


What are the symptoms of cervicalgia, and how long does it last?

Neck pain is one of the most common health issues people suffer. In some cases, it will be diagnosed as cervicalgia and it may be due to different factors. In this article we tell you what cervicalgia is, its symptoms, and duration.

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How to relieve cervicogenic headache pain

Headaches are one of the most common health complaints, and can be triggered by many things. Some headaches are related to neck pain or problems in the cervical spine. In this article, we talk about how to relieve the pain of this type of headache.

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When does a herniated disc need surgery? Dr. Varela answers.

Annoying back pain can be resolved with non-surgical treatments in 90% of cases. However, there are specific circumstances in which surgery is necessary. Dr. Varela explains here the types of cases in which a herniated disc needs surgery. 

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Spinal canal stenosis surgery: recovery and risks

Canal stenosis occurs when the spinal canal becomes too narrow, placing pressure on the spinal cord and/or nerve roots. In this article, we will describe the procedure of spinal canal stenosis surgery, its risks, and the recovery process.

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Recovery after C5-C6 Cervical Hernia Surgery

The recovery process following surgery for cervical disc herniation usually lasts between four to six weeks. This recovery period is crucial, so Instituto Clavel has prepared this information to guide you through the process. 

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What is radiculopathy and how is it treated?

Radiculopathy, commonly known as a "pinched nerve," is a condition resulting from compression of the nerve roots of the spinal cord. Radiculopathy can occur in the cervical, thoracic, or lumbar spine. In the following, we provide more information about this condition and how it can be treated.

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