Part 1

Risk Indicator: Your Probability of Needing Cervical Spine Surgery



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Part 1

Results: Your Probability of Needing Cervical Spine Surgery


Based on your responses, there is probability that you will need cervical spine surgery at this time. This means that you are unlikely to need this surgery now, though that could change in the future.




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Based on your responses, there is probability that you will need cervical spine surgery. This means that you are likely to need this surgery. This is explained in the video below.




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This concludes Part 1. Please continue on to Part 2 to find out your likelihood of success with surgery.


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We will follow up with you in a month to see how your symptoms are. At that time, if you would like to answer the questions in the Risk Indicator again, you can compare your results to today's to see if your symptoms have changed.

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Risk Indicator Part 2: Your Likelihood of Doing Well with Surgery




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Part 2

Risk Indicator: Your Likelihood of Doing Well with Surgery

Part 2

Results: Your Likelihood of Doing Well with Surgery


Based on your responses, it appears you may have a low likelihood of success with cervical spine surgery. This means that this surgery may not be likely to relieve your symptoms or improve your quality of life.

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The last step is to learn your degree of risk with this surgery. That is, whether you have certain factors that increase your risk for problems related to cervical spine surgery. Answer the questions in the Risk Indicator Part 3: Your Risk with Surgery and I'll tell you about your degree of risk with cervical spine surgery.

Part 2


Results: Your Likelihood of Doing Well with Surgery

Based on your responses, it appears you may have a likelihood of success with cervical spine surgery. This means that this surgery may be likely to relieve your symptoms and improve your quality of life.

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The last step is to learn your degree of risk with this surgery. That is, whether you have certain factors that increase your risk for problems related to cervical spine surgery. Answer the questions in the Risk Indicator Part 3: Your Risk with Surgery and I'll tell you about your degree of risk with cervical spine surgery.

Part 3

Risk Indicator: Your Risk with Surgery

Part 3

Results: Your Risk with Surgery


Based on your responses, you may have a risk with cervical spine surgery. This means that your risk for having problems from this surgery may be .




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To learn more about cervical spine surgery as well as non-surgical treatments for a cervical herniated disc, go to CervicalHerniatedDisc.com.

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Part 3

Results: Your Risk with Surgery


Based on your responses, you may have a high risk with cervical spine surgery. That means that your risk for having problems related to this surgery may be high.




View your customized assessment below to find out why.


To learn about non-surgical treatments for a cervical herniated disc, go to CervicalHerniatedDisc.com.

If you would like to make an appointment with Dr. Neubardt or Dr. Stern, please contact us or call the office at 1-914-948-5067.

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