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Cervical Radiculopathy - ACDF

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Cervical radiculopathy is a condition that results when a nerve is pinched or irritated as it leaves the spine in the neck.  Nerves from the spinal cord exit at various levels from the spinal column and travel throughout the body.  With cervical radiculopathy, the nerves are affected at the spine, but the symptoms may be felt in places where the nerves travel.   Spine conditions, such as a herniated disc or bone spur, can cause cervical radiculopathy.  Cervical radiculopathy is treated with non-surgical and surgical methods.
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