Anterior cervical discectomy fusion surgeries outlined for Scottsdale-area patients by Laser Spine Institute’s skilled doctors
At Laser Spine Institute, we understand how frustrating it can be to live with chronic neck pain. We offer a variety of minimally invasive procedures, including anterior cervical discectomy fusion, to help relieve symptoms of pain, weakness and tingling associated with cervical (neck) spine conditions.
Minimally invasive surgery for neck pain
In the past, traditional open neck surgery was the only solution for patients with long-lasting neck pain and cervical spine issues. However, this type of surgery can carry a number of drawbacks, including the use of highly invasive techniques and a long recovery period.
At Laser Spine Institute, we offer our patients an alternative treatment option for neck pain.
Anterior cervical discectomy fusion (ACDF), available at our Scottsdale center and at our other centers nationwide, offers you a safer and effective alternative to traditional open neck fusion — to help you find relief.^ During the ACDF procedure, our surgeons are able to remove the damaged disc and implants are inserted to help stabilize the spine.
Enjoy our streamlined patient experience
Every day, our surgeons are committed to helping as many patients as possible find long-term pain relief. When you choose treatment at our center, you will be able to take advantage of our streamlined patient experience. From your first phone call and MRI review, to your consultation with one of our spine experts, our helpful staff, state-of-the-art facilities and other amenities will ensure that you and your loved ones are cared for and comfortable. Following surgery, we will guide you through the necessary steps required for follow-up care and your return home.
To ease your mind before you come in for your anterior cervical discectomy fusion procedure, we will be happy to answer any questions you may have — and carefully explain what you can expect before, during and after your procedure.
Learn more about your options
If you are suffering from instability related to a condition in your cervical spine, contact a member of our Care Team today. We will set up an MRI review to assess your situation and determine if we can help. With a 98 satisfaction rate, our goal is to always provide you with the highest level of care available.