Spring 2005 Issue

Artificial Disc Surgery Now Available In Concord
The neurosurgeons of Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates are now performing lumbar artificial disc surgery in Concord at Northeast Medical Center. The procedure was already available in Charlotte. The Charité™ Artificial Disc is the first device of its kind to be approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The artificial disc is designed to be an alternative to spinal fusion surgery.

“Dr. Mark Redding and I are proud to make this option available to patients in the Concord region,” said Vinay Deshmukh, M.D. “Utilizing an artificial disc allows the patient to keep a greater range of motion and also places less stress on adjacent discs than spinal fusion.”

For more information, call our Concord office at 704-792-2672. To learn more about the lumbar artificial disc go to www.charitedisc.com or www.spineinnovations.com.

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