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Arrive at your appointment prepared & with confidence

We want to make sure you get the most out of your appointment and ask that you bring the below items. Having the right information ensures that we have everything necessary to identify, understand and treat your spinal condition.

Please read over the below checklist and bring each item with you to your appointment:

  • Drivers License or Other Form of Photo Identification
  • Insurance Cards
  • Completed Patient Registration Form (Click here to view and print)
  • All Radiology Studies Pertaining to your Case Along with the report, please bring the CD or actual films
    • X-Rays
    • MRI Scans
    • CT Scans
  • Prior Medical Reports
    • Operative and Radiology Reports
    • Injection Histories
    • EMG and Nerve Conduction Results
    • Consultations from Other and/or Referring Physicians
  • Information of ALL Physicians Involved in Your Care (Including your PCP)
    • First and Last Name
    • Contact Telephone Number
    • Address
  • List of Questions and Concerns

Possible Risks/Complications Following Surgery

As with any artificial disc surgery, complications may occur when you are treated with the Mobi-C. Possible complications may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Neck, back, shoulder, and/or arm pain
  • Less neck movement than before surgery
  • Completed Patient Registration Form (Click here to view and print)
  • Needing additional neck surgery after disc replacement
  • Feeling of pins and needles in the arms (sensory disturbance)
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Headache

Mobi-C is intended to be used in adults however the safety and effectiveness of the Mobi-C has not been tested in patients younger than 21 years of age or those older than 67. Mobi-C is indicated to take the place of one or two damaged discs (contiguous or adjacent) from levels C3-C7. Patients should have:

  • Tried at least six weeks of other medical treatments such as physical therapy and medicine before having surgery; or
  • Have signs or symptoms that their condition is getting worse even with other medical treatments.

For a full list of warnings, precautions, and indications, please visit

www.CervicalDisc.com

How We Can Help

As an innovative new spinal procedure, long-term studies assessing the safety and effectiveness of lumbar artificial disc replacement are ongoing. Thus far, results report a low complication rate with patient satisfaction good to excellent in most cases.
Not everyone with back pain is a good candidate for a lumbar disc replacement surgery. At the Spine Institute Center for Spinal Restoration, we will perform a number of advanced diagnostic tests to determine if lumbar artificial disc replacement is the right choice for you or if another procedure would better serve your individual needs. To find out if you are a candidate for LADR or to request an in-office consultation, call (310) 828-7757 today.

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2811 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 850 Santa Monica, CA 90403
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