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Do you suffer from:. Neck Pain? Shoulder Pain? Arm Pain? You may have Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD). What is Cervical Disc Degeneration?. Sometimes one of the flexible discs between the vertebrae in your neck begins to deteriorate. What is Cervical Disc Degeneration?.

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Do you suffer from:

  • Neck Pain?

  • Shoulder Pain?

  • Arm Pain?

    You may have Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD)


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What is Cervical Disc Degeneration?

  • Sometimes one of the flexible discs between the vertebrae in your neck begins to deteriorate.


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What is Cervical Disc Degeneration?

  • This is called Cervical Disc Degeneration and may lead to a bulge or herniation that can press upon the nerve roots and/or spinal cord and cause pain.


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Symptoms of Cervical DDD

  • Pain in your neck

  • Numbness or tingling in one or both of your shoulders, arms, or hands

  • Pain radiates to one or both of your shoulders and/or arms.

  • One or both of your shoulders, arms or hands are weaker than they used to be.



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Current Treatments for Cervical DDD

Many people who suffer from Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease rely on:

  • Medications

  • Chiropractic Care

  • Physical Therapy

Sometimes these treatments aren’t enough…


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Current Treatments for Cervical DDD

Many people who suffer from Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease rely on:

  • Medications

  • Chiropractic Care

  • Physical Therapy

Sometimes these treatments aren’t enough…


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Treatment with Surgery

The common, “Gold Standard” treatment for Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease is…

Spinal Fusion


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Treatment with Surgery

The type of Spinal Fusion typically performed for patients suffering from Cervical DDD is called:

(Anterior Cervical Discectomy & Fusion)

What does that mean?...

A.C.D.F.


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Surgical Fusion: ACDF

ACDF with a plate basically involves 3 steps:

Step 1) Removal of the Damaged Disc from between two Cervical Vertebrae

Step 2) Insertion of a bone fragment into the empty disc space.


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Surgical Fusion: ACDF

ACDF with a plate basically involves 3 steps:

Step 2) Insertion of a bone fragment into the empty disc space.


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Surgical Fusion: ACDF

ACDF with a plate basically involves 3 steps:

Step 2) Insertion of a bone fragment into the empty disc space.


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Surgical Fusion: ACDF

ACDF with a plate basically involves 3 steps:

Step 3) Reinforcing the bone fragment with a metal plate and screws so that the two vertebrae will grow together and fuse.


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Surgical Fusion: ACDF

A successful ACDF will relieve the patient of all or most of his/her DDD symptoms immediately after surgery


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Surgical Fusion: ACDF

However, the patient’s two Cervical vertebrae will grow together with time, thus becoming “fused” and limiting movement of the neck and head.


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Surgical Fusion: ACDF

However, the patient’s two Cervical vertebrae will grow together with time, thus becoming “fused” and limiting movement of the neck and head.


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Surgical Fusion: ACDF

For an ACDF, this loss of motion is necessary in order to address the more serious problem of DDD.

But there may be another way…


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Want more Bobble?


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The NeoDisc ® is an Investigational Product that is currently being evaluated in a Clinical Trial


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NeoDisc® Design Goals

  • NeoDisc®

  • was developed by

  • A San Diego company that specializes in minimally disruptive spine surgery.


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NeoDisc® Design Goals

  • NeoDisc®

  • was designed to meet 4 goals:

  • 1) Provide support and cushioning between two Cervical Vertebrae similar to how a healthy Cervical Disc would perform.


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NeoDisc® Design Goals

  • NeoDisc®

  • was designed to meet 4 goals:

  • 2) Allow Bending Motions

  • 3) Maintain Device Location and stability


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NeoDisc® Design Goals

  • NeoDisc®

  • was designed to meet 4 goals:

  • 4)Allow clear medical imaging such as MRIs and X-Rays.

  • - Because the NeoDisc®is not made of metal, it is almost completely invisible in the images.


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NeoDisc® Design Goals

NeoDisc®X-rays

Before

After

  • - Because the NeoDisc®is not made of metal, it is almost completely invisible in the images.


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NeoDisc® Design Goals

NeoDisc®MRIs

Before

After

  • - Because the NeoDisc®is not made of metal, it is almost completely invisible in the images.


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Interested in Participating?

Dr. XXXXX is currently enrolling subjects to participate in a NeoDisc Clinical Trial . . .


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Interested in Participating?

For more information, please contact SCName at SiteName at:

(123) 555 - 9999


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Interested in Participating?

(123) 555 - 9999

www.neodiscstudy.com

For more information online, please visit:

www.NuVasive.com