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Cervical Spine Surgery

Cervical spine surgery is generally conducted to address cervical radiculopathy, spinal instability, or nerve or spinal cord impingement. Pain that you may experience in your neck to the arms is a defining feature of cervical radiculopathy. Any cervical spine injury, such as a pinched nerve that aggravates a nerve, will cause discomfort. Patients who choose to undergo the procedure will experience alleviation due to the procedure’s ability to reduce pain or discomfort.
Cervical spinal fusion is utilized when many levels of vertebrae and discs are damaged or replaced. To relieve pain or discomfort, whole discs and vertebrae may be removed, and supporting cages may be implanted.

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  • Recovery: 3 Weeks
  • Bruising Visible: 2 Week
  • Drain: No
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Who is a Candidate

  • Adults between18 and 60 years of age with symptomatic cervical disc disease who have failed to experience improvement after six months of non-operative care (physical therapy, pain medications, and possibly injections)
  • Patients who require cervical spine fusion can undergo cervical spine surgery
  • Patients with one or two damaged discs, causing nerve compression (If two discs require treatment, however, there is currently only one type of disc replacement allowed to be used at two different levels).
  • Patients with ongoing shoulder, neck, or back issues may qualify for cervical spine surgery


While preparing for cervical spine surgery, you must not eat or drink anything after midnight the night before your surgery. Do not consume any solid foods after 9 p.m. or any liquids, even water, after midnight if you are hospitalized on the morning of your surgery. Take off all jewelry, including wedding bands, to avoid swelling in the morning.
The nurse will ask you to take off all your clothes, including underwear and socks, and put on a hospital gown to prepare for cervical spine surgery.

Surgery Details

An anesthesiologist will interview you before going into the operating room, and they will inject an intravenous line into your arm. To reduce the chance of infection, intravenous antibiotics will be injected and continued following the operation. The anesthesia will be administered once you are in the operating room. The procedure may take up several hours. Skin preparation, positioning, and anesthetic time are all included in this time frame. To help safeguard their spinal cord and nerves throughout the cervical spine surgery, some patients require spinal monitoring known as somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEP) during the process. A technician will apply sticky electrodes to your body if you have SSEP.

After Surgery

After surgery, you must:

  • Get out of bed by yourself
  • Proceed down the corridor
  • Ascend stairs to test balance
  • Take a shower and clean the incision with water & soup

Our staff will assist you in achieving your post-surgery goals, motivating you to participate actively and take on as much responsibility as possible. After surgery, you will wake up in bed on your back with a neck collar or brace. On the evening after your cervical spine surgery, assistance will be provided to get you out of bed so you may start your exercise regimen. Exercises for the legs, walking, stair climbing, and daily tasks like getting dressed and bathing are all part of your exercise regimen.

Home Recovery

You may require to wear a collar for 4-6 weeks during the home recovery period. Many people report an early alleviation in their pain; nevertheless, unless the collar is entirely removed, there may be lingering headaches or neck pain.
Every patient’s healing process is unique. Post-operative pain in cervical spine surgery is typically not severe, though it may be bothersome. Patients often recover under competent guidance after 3-6 months.


Roberto Hernandez Pena


Mexicali BC Mexico

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Juan Bustamante


Mexicali BC Mexico

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Cervical Spine Surgery in Mexico.

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    Hospital de la Familia

    Mexicali BC Mexico

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    Hospital de las Californias

    Mexicali BC Mexico

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    Sanatorio Quiroz

    Mexicali BC Mexico

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    Rilassare Stem Cells Clinic

    Tijuana BC Mexico

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    Is Cervical Spine Surgery painful?

    After your surgery, you will very likely be able to get up and move around your hospital room within a few hours and most probably be eligible to leave the hospital the following morning. You’ll feel some pain in the area operated on, pain medication will be provided but it should ease over time.

    What do I need to start my surgical process?

    First you need to send us all your medical information about your problem with X-rays, MRI’s and medical reports you have and schedule a consultation. After we know what you need a quote will be given and then we can schedule your surgery.

    How long is a Cervical Spine surgery?

    This procedure can take from 1 to 3 hours depending on each case and if a fusion or graft is needed.

    Is it safe to travel to Mexico for surgery ?

    Yes, Mexicali is a very safe city, and our hospitals and recovery houses are in very safe areas. Our My Doctor Click team will assist you personally during your visit.