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I have been diagnosed with a two cervical herniated disc that are impinging the spinal cord. Anterior cervical fusion surgery has been recommended, but I am concerned that the fusion may not be successful. What less invasive procedures can treat a cervical bulged disc that impinging the spinal cord?

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I have a bad news for you there aren’t really any more effective options for a large cervical herniated disc with spinal cord impingement than anterior cervical fusion surgery; however, the good thing is that it’s a reliable surgery that usually leads to good results. There are many motion segments in cervical spine and fusion of one segment does not excessively limit the motion in the neck.
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