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This article tells us about the various affects of the cervical spinal problems and their remedies. The cervical spinal problem affects the neck and the arms, so it usually brings with it symptoms of pain and other abnormalities in the neck and arms, weakness in the shoulders and also difficulty in grasping things. Mostly the cervical problems occur due to the changes in the discs and the neck joints. These problems and serious damage can be avoided by undergoing a cervical spine surgery. It is usually when the disc herniated or becomes hard, pressure is extended to the nerve roots and spinal cord. It is this pressure in the spinal cord that can impair hand use, normal walking, and bowel and bladder function. These may lead to the permanent damage of the spine if the symptoms persist for a long period of time, and hence these symptoms are taken very seriously. The result of the pressure on the surrounded nerve roots can cause radiculopathy and it will further add in cervical spine pain, weakness, and sensory changes in the area that goes from the cervical spine to the shoulder, arm or hand. To get a relief from this cervical spine problem the cervical spine surgery is performed. It not only relieves the pain but also ensures quick recovery. This cervical corpectomy surgery relieves pain, tingling sensation, numbness in the body and also weakness. In addition to it, it aids in restoring the function of the nerve and stops any kind of abnormal motion of the spine. This kind of cervical spine treatment is done by removing a disc or bone by fusing the two vertebrates together by using a graft on either side that is either on the front or behind the spine The bone graft that is usually used is of two types-the auto graft , which is a kind of bone, that has been taken from a person’s body or an allograft , which is a kind of bone that has been taken from the bone bank. There are also cases where screws, metals and wires are also used to stabilize the spine. If the corpectomy surgery is performed over the affected vertebrate the abnormal motion of the spine stops. In cases of the degenerated disc disorders, instability or trauma also the cervical spine surgery is performed. The cervical spine surgery is performed because these conditions cause pressure on the spinal cord or on the nerve around the spine. However, there are also certain other conditions in which this cervical spine surgery is performed. The other conditions include the degenerative disorder in which the cushion pads between the vertebrates shrink further, causing further wear and tear of the disc which may again lead to herniated disc. This degeneration disorder causes pain, even burning in extreme cases and tingling. The patients who have several deformities in the spine can also gain relief from this cervical spine surgery. However, there are also some complications that are associated with this cervical spine surgery. The complications involve an injury that may be caused to the spinal cord, nerves, oesophagus and vocal cord, blood clot and paralysis.