Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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Cervical foraminotomies can be quite effective in the right circumstances. If there is herniation, it is more effective. If it is nerve compression from foraminal collapse due to uncovertebral joint spurring, less effective. Recovery before non-strenuous work can be 2 weeks or even less but some patients can take up to 4 weeks, the same time as an ACDF or artificial disc replacement.

Dr. Corenman