Hudson Regional Hospital is one of the first in NJ to use an artificial disc that offers compression similar to a natural disc
Spinal fusion is a common procedure used to correct painful and debilitating problems with the bones in the spine. In most cases, the recovery period is lengthy. Replacing the cervical disc with an artificial one is an option to fusion.
Dr. Fabien Bitan, chief of spine surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York and a consultant at Atlantic Spine Center in West Orange, is scheduled to perform the implantation of the M6-C artificial cervical disc from Texas-based Orthofix Medical Inc. on Oct. 7 at Hudson Regional Hospital in Secaucus.
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