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  • Physical Therapy

    Often herniated discs do not need to be operated on. In fact, physicians often start with conservative methods. Back rehabilitation focuses on relieving pain and improving mobility.

  • Medication

    For less severe conditions, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (ibuprofen, naproxen sodium) can help relieve pain and relax muscles.

  • Heat and Cold Therapy

    Alternating a heating pad and cold packs on the injured area can help decrease inflammation and loosen muscles.

  • Surgery

    Our expert team of spine surgeons is specialized in managing these problems with the full array of surgical techniques, including minimally invasive approaches when applicable. Cervical disc replacement surgery is an option for patients with cervical disc herniations who have not responded to non-surgical treatment. In this minimally invasive procedure, an intervertebral disc is removed, and an artificial disc is inserted between the two cervical vertebrae. The artificial device is used to preserve motion at the disc space.