Options for Cervical Disc Degeneration
The purpose of this study is to show whether the M6-C cervical disc is safe and effective in treating symptoms that result from cervical disc degeneration. Results will be compared with similar patients undergoing ACDF, the standard surgical treatment for this condition. Patients who qualify and choose to participate in this study as ACDF patients will comprise the control or fusion arm of this study.
A Guide to the Fusion Arm of the M6-C Artificial Disc Study
Each year hundreds of thousands of adults are diagnosed with cervical disc degeneration, an upper spine condition that can cause pain and numbness in the neck, shoulders, arms and even the hands. This patient guide is intended to provide you with a better understanding of cervical disc degeneration as well as an overview of certain treatment options including anterior discectomy and fusion or ACDF.
See if you qualify:
To take part in the Fusion Arm of the M6-C clinical study you must meet certain criteria. Complete the brief questionnaire to see if you qualify.