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Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeon - Greg S. Khounganian, M.D.

Expert Spine Surgery Encino, CA

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GREG S. KHOUNGANIAN, MD
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

GSK Spine
GREG S. KHOUNGANIAN, MD
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

Encino, CA
818-343-4430


Cervical Spine Services

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Cervical
The cervical spine (neck region) is one of the most important and agile parts of your body. It begins at the base of the skull and consists of 7 bones separated by intervertebral discs that allow the spine to move freely. The neck has the greatest amount of movement of any area of the spine and is also responsible for protecting the spinal cord and supporting the skull. Because of its vital function in our everyday lives, injury or disease of the cervical spine is a very serious condition. At Greg S. Khounganian, MD, we specialize in a variety of cervical spine procedures customized to treat your condition.

Anterior Discectomy & Fusion

This surgery removes an intervertebral disc and/or bone spurs that are putting pressure on nerve roots, most often caused by a herniated or degenerated disc.

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Cervical Deformity

Cervical deformities can be congenital or a result of trauma, other spine diseases or surgery complications.

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Cervical Stenosis

As spinal degeneration occurs naturally with age, bone spurs may form and cause the spinal canal to become smaller.

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Cervical Trauma

Cervical trauma is a common and treatable condition that usually occurs as a result of falls or motor vehicle accidents.

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Disc Replacement

Disc replacement helps to relieve the same problems as discectomy and fusion, but instead replaces the degenerated disc with an artificial one to act in the same way as the replaced disc.

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Herniated Disc & Degeneration

Intervertebral discs in between the bones of the vertebrae help to cushion the bones and allow for smooth and painless movement.

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Posterior Laminectomy

A cervical laminectomy relieves pressure caused by spinal stenosis. In this procedure, a small section of bone that covers the back of the spinal cord, called the lamina, is removed.

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Vertebral Corpectomy

A corpectomy relieves pressure put on the spine due to spinal stenosis. After a small incision is made in the neck, a retractor is used to access the spine.

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Vertebral Tumors

Cervical vertebral tumors can cause back pain, loss of sensation, muscle weakness and spasms.

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Anterior Discectomy & Fusion

This surgery removes an intervertebral disc and/or bone spurs that are putting pressure on nerve roots, most often caused by a herniated or degenerated disc.

Read More

Cervical Deformity

Cervical deformities can be congenital or a result of trauma, other spine diseases or surgery complications.

Read More

Cervical Stenosis

As spinal degeneration occurs naturally with age, bone spurs may form and cause the spinal canal to become smaller.

Read More

Cervical Trauma

Cervical trauma is a common and treatable condition that usually occurs as a result of falls or motor vehicle accidents.

Read More

Disc Replacement

Disc replacement helps to relieve the same problems as discectomy and fusion, but instead replaces the degenerated disc with an artificial one to act in the same way as the replaced disc.

Read More

Herniated Disc & Degeneration

Intervertebral discs in between the bones of the vertebrae help to cushion the bones and allow for smooth and painless movement.

Read More

Posterior Laminectomy

A cervical laminectomy relieves pressure caused by spinal stenosis. In this procedure, a small section of bone that covers the back of the spinal cord, called the lamina, is removed.

Read More

Vertebral Corpectomy

A corpectomy relieves pressure put on the spine due to spinal stenosis. After a small incision is made in the neck, a retractor is used to access the spine.

Read More

Vertebral Tumors

Cervical vertebral tumors can cause back pain, loss of sensation, muscle weakness and spasms.

Read More