The cervical section of the spine begins at the base of the skull and supports the neck. Your cervical spine is made up of bones, nerves, tendons, ligaments and muscles that form your neck.
Cervical decompression surgery is a general term that refers to various surgical procedures intended to relieve symptoms caused by pressure or compression, on the nerve roots and spinal cord in the cervical spine. Bulging or collapsed disks, thickened joints, loosened ligaments and bony growths can narrow the space in the spinal canal and irritate and inflame the nerve roots. This can cause pain, loss of movement, numbness, tingling and muscle weakness.
At The Holly Private Hospital, we have a team of consultants who are experts in treating many spinal conditions and who perform cervical spinal surgery to relieve pain and discomfort.
We offer an all-inclusive self-pay package for cervical decompression surgery with prices starting from £9,952 (terms and conditions apply).
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