Cervical pain


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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Cervical stenosis: causes, symptoms, and treatment

When the vertebral canal through which the nerve roots pass in the cervical spine becomes too narrow, it is called cervical spinal stenosis. This narrowing can cause pain or numbness and other symptoms. We will explain all about this condition in this article. 

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Do you suffer from cervicogenic vertigo? These are the causes and treatments

Pain in the cervical spine and dizziness may be related. Sometimes neck pain can be accompanied by balance disorders. The following article describes what the possible causes are and how to treat it.  

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Cervical disc herniation: symptoms, types, and treatments

The symptoms of a cervical disc herniation can vary depending on the location of the herniated disc. In this article you will find information on the most common types of cervical disc hernias and the symptoms that you may notice if you have one. Read on to find out more.

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What are the risks of a C6-C7 cervical hernia operation?

To discuss the risks that cervical hernia surgery may entail, it is necessary to take into account the technique to be used by surgeon and the circumstances of the specific patient. We’ve prepared the following article to answer any questions you may have about it.

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