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Disc Replacement Surgery

Disc replacement is a surgical procedure designed to treat chronic back pain and spinal conditions that affect the vertebral discs, the cushions between the vertebrae in the spine. At Advanced Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Specialists in Colorado’s spine center, we offer state-of-the-art disc replacement procedures to help patients find lasting relief from chronic back pain and improve their quality of life.

Our team of experienced spine surgeons uses the latest minimally invasive techniques to replace damaged or degenerated discs with artificial discs that are designed to mimic the natural function of the vertebral disc. This approach can be an effective alternative to traditional spinal fusion surgery, which involves the permanent fusion of two or more vertebrae in the spine.

At Advanced Ortho, we understand that each patient’s condition is unique, and we work closely with our patients to develop personalized treatment plans that are tailored to their specific needs and goals. We offer a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic services to help our patients understand their condition, explore their treatment options, and make informed decisions about their care.

Our team of experts includes experienced surgeons, physical therapists, and pain management specialists, who work together to provide comprehensive care throughout the entire treatment process. We believe in a patient-centered approach to care, and we are committed to providing compassionate, individualized care to every patient we serve.

If you are struggling with chronic back pain or a spinal condition that is impacting your quality of life, we are here to help. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about our state-of-the-art disc replacement procedures and comprehensive spine care services.


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