Artificial Spine Disc Replacement

The new technology for disc replacement includes a removal of the disc in the most sparing way possible and then replacing it with a metal prosthesis that allows normal motion, says Dr. Georgiy Brosuvanik, Spine Surgeon with Baptist Health South Florida.

Actually, he considers few patients need surgery; few back problems are dangerous and nerve pain doesn’t paralyze people. “That is not true,” he says.

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