Cervical disc herniation, along with lumbar disc herniation, is currently one of the most common neurosurgical diseases. It usually appears in people between 30 and 50 years-old, and can be due to any type of trauma or injury of the neck.
Cervical disc herniation in first person
Not all hernias have to be operated on. One thing is a hernia that causes compression, and another thing is when the disc moves, which is a protrusion. These protrusions do not require surgical intervention. Surgery should always be the last resort for this type of pathology.
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