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Artificial disc replacement may help people who suffer from various spinal disc conditions. By removing the injured disc from the spinal column and replacing it with an artificial disc attached by metal plates around a soft polymer, many patients experience a return to full function range of motion and strength.
Artificial disc replacement can be used in cases of:
Individuals who are typically good candidates for artificial disc replacement are those who suffer from chronic back or neck pain and have exhausted all other forms of non-surgical treatments with little to no improvement.
If you think you are a candidate for robotic-assisted artificial disc replacement at The Institute for Robotic Surgery and are ready to get started on your path to pain-free living, please complete our treatment assessment below.
There are many factors that could make you a good candidate for artificial disc replacement. Some of these factors include:
As an alternative to fusion surgery, which can limit mobility, artificial disc replacement can restore your spine to its full range of motion and has a shorter recovery time with longer-lasting results.
If you have a confirmed spine condition, have not seen success or results with non-surgical treatments, you could be a candidate for artificial disc replacement. To find out if you are a candidate for an artificial disc replacement, contact our Patient Advocates now or schedule a callback at a time that is convenient for you.