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Selective Endoscopic Discectomy™ (SED™) is a minimally invasive spine surgery technique that utilizes an endoscope to treat herniated, protruded, extruded, or degenerative discs that are a contributing factor to leg and back pain.
The endoscope allows the surgeon to use a "keyhole" incision to access the herniated disc. Muscle and tissue are dilated rather than being cut when accessing the disc.
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 hands. DISC is one of 12 sites in the US, the only one in Arizona, where patients have access to the M6-C Artificial Disc: FDA IDE Pivotal Study to help combat this painful condition.
At DISC, patients always come first. Whether you have been diagnosed with a herniated disc, sciatica, or spinal stenosis, or been told you might need spine surgery, learn more about your spinal condition and the treatments that could help you by watching our online patient education.