An anterior cervical discectomy is the most common surgery used to address damaged discs (shock-absorbing cushions between the vertebrae of the spinal column) in the neck...


Cervical decompression surgery is a procedure that removes any structures compressing the nerves in the cervical (neck) section of the spinal canal or vertebral foramen (the opening through which the spinal cord passes)...


Cervical fusion surgery is a procedure performed in the cervical area of the spine to relieve pressure on one or more nerve roots, or on the spinal cord...


Cervical laminectomy surgery is a procedure that is performed to alleviate persistent, often debilitating pain caused by pressure on the nerves (neural impingement), a herniated disc or a tumor of the cervical (neck area) spine...


Clavicle fracture treatment can include any form of nonsurgical or surgical treatment used to correct a clavicle fracture (fracture of the collarbone)...


Orthopaedic tumor treatment addresses bone tumors (abnormal growths appearing in bone tissue), usually in the form of a lump or mass. They appear when cells ?" for reasons not yet fully understood ?" divide and grow in an irregular, uncontrolled way...


Kyphoplasty is a surgical method of treating the pain caused by vertebral compression fractures. It stabilizes the vertebral structure and restores lost body height caused by the fracture...


Lumbar spinal stenosis is one of the most common reasons for lumbar decompression surgery. Lumbar spinal stenosis is a condition in which the spinal canal and/or vertebral foramen becomes narrowed...


Lumbar fusion surgery is a procedure used to correct problems with the vertebrae in the lumbar (lower back) region of the spine. The spine surgeon permanently fuses together the affected lumbar vertebrae so that they heal together into a single, solid bone...


Lumbar laminectomy is a surgical procedure that is performed to alleviate persistent, often debilitating pain caused by pressure on the nerves (neural impingement), a herniated disc or a tumor on the spine...