Cervical Spine Surgery

The cervical spine refers to the neck, which holds the spinal cord that interacts with the brain to control all the areas of the body. This area is made up of the first seven vertebrae. It is also designed to support our head and aids in its movement. Our cervical spine is very intricate and delicate so is often subject to a lot of pressure and stress, both from our everyday activities and more specific traumas.

Dr Richard Parkinson has had extensive experience with cervical spine surgery.¬†Click the links below to read more about Dr Parkinson’s cervical spine surgery procedures and approaches: