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Unlock Your Hip Flexors Review

"willamprincy" (2018-10-17)

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Cervical artificial disc replacement has come about after lumbar Unlock Your Hip Flexors artificial discs were FDA approved back in 2004. The neck implants were FDA approved around 2008. The idea is to preserve motion, since spinal fusions weld bones together and send the stresses that used to be absorbed above and below. This can create adjacent level problems post-operatively. The neck implant is designed to replace a damaged or diseases intervertebral disc in the neck. This can be seen with degenerative disc disease, a herniated cervical disc, or maybe a post-traumatic issue.

This disc problem then creates a situation where pinched nerves occur. Nerves may be pinched directly from disc material that has extruded into an area where it's not supposed to be. Or with a degenerative disc height in the disc space is lost to such an extent that nerves are compressed indirectly as they try to exit from the spine.

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