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Neck Injuries

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Neck Injuries

Get Advanced, Long-Lasting Relief

The neck is vulnerable to a wide range of disorders. Herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, fractures and persistent pain—which can also be felt in the back, shoulders and arms—are just a few common neck problems. These conditions have the potential to limit nearly every aspect of a person’s life, causing disabling pain and reduced range of motion.

The surgeons at the Kayal Orthopaedic Center specialize in diagnosing and treating neck conditions of varying degrees of severity, including: herniated discs; degenerative disc disease and bulging discs; osteoporosis and osteoarthritis; scoliosis; sprains, strains and spinal fractures; myelopathy and radiculopathy; pinched nerves and sciatica; and spinal stenosis.



Pinpoint your pain.

Symptoms of neck injuries include:

  • Mild to severe pain
  • Numbness
  • Tingling
  • Weakness


Get the answers you need.

Diagnosis is accomplished through a combination of physical examinations and imaging tools, such as X-rays, MRIs, and CT scans. These diagnostic tools provide Dr. Kayal and his team with the information needed to develop a treatment plan specific to each patient.



Life’s too short to put up with pain.

In minor cases, basic treatment (such as rest, stretching and anti-inflammatory drugs) may minimize neck pain. However, orthopaedic intervention may be necessary to manage more serious disorders.The surgeons at Kayal Orthopaedic Center provide expert treatment for patients with neck disorders. Ideally, conservative treatments will be effective. These may include: limited or altered activity, anti-inflammatory medications, physical therapy and exercise, bracing or neck supports, and steroidal injections. Should neck pain and immobility persist, surgical intervention may be required.


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