Advance Level Cervical Radiculopathy Treatment In NJ
We provide you appropriate access to an excellent, cost-efficient, coordinated cervical spine treatments in NJ. Our dedication to serving the people with the best cervical spine treatment outspreads far beyond the care we provide within New Jersey. Our spine surgeon in NJ, a board-certified specialist who is always ready to assist you.
About Cervical Radiculopathy
Radiculopathy is a way to define a chronic disorder that damages the spinal nerves by firmness or irritation. Movement can produce pressure in these areas of the spine, and the most substantial degeneration of the spine takes place at these positions. This disturbance of the nervous system results if one of the nerve roots near the cervical vertebrae is compacted.
This damage can occur due to compression of nerves causing a pinched nerve from degenerative disc disease, inflammation or other. Another common cause of radiculopathy that results in thinning of foramina is bone spurs. If left untreated, it may lead to complications of a cervical disc, further reducing neck range of motion.
Several unpleasant symptoms of cervical radiculopathy include:
• Sharp neck pain
• Muscle weakness
• Loss of reflexes in the arms or legs
• Numbness or tingling of the skin
• Lack of coordination
Treatment Involves in Cervical Radiculopathy
Radiculopathy treatment will depend on the cause and the location of the problem as well as many other elements.
1. Non-Surgical Treatment
Non-surgical treatment is usually recommended may include:
• Weight loss tactics to reduce pressure on the effective area
• Physical therapy
• Cervical Collar
• Cervical Traction
• Caudal epidural injections.
• Interlaminar caudal epidural steroid injections.
• Transforaminal epidural
• Selective nerve root blocks.
2. Surgical Treatment
Depends upon the spinal condition, some people may need more innovative treatments, such as cervical spine surgery, laser spine surgery, spinal stenosis surgery, spinal fusion surgery, etc. Surgical procedures for cervical radiculopathy can be of following types for spinal surgery:
• Percutaneous decompression
• Endoscopic decompression.
• Selective endoscopic discectomy
• Endoscopic foraminotomy
• Spinal cord stimulator.
We provide excellent cervical spine surgery in NJ.
Endoscopic foraminotomy is one of the minimally invasive spine surgery options available by our spine specialists and they will give you the best cervical spine surgery in New Jersey basis on the physical examination.