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M6-C Artificial Cervical Disc Two-Level IDE Clinical Study

This study is currently enrolling patients with degenerative cervical radiculopathy requiring surgical intervention, confirmed clinically and radiographically, at 2 adjacent vertebral levels between C3 and C7.

The study’s primary objective is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the M6-C artificial cervical disc compared to anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) for treating two-level symptomatic cervical radiculopathy at vertebral levels from C3 to C7 with or without spinal cord compression.

You may be eligible for the study if:

  • Have been told you need neck surgery at two adjacent levels between C3 to C7.
  • Are experiencing neck and/or arm pain after at least 6 weeks of conservative, non-surgical treatment.
  • Are willing and able to attend follow-up progress visits with your doctor over 24 months and possibly 5 years.
  • Do not have any autoimmune disorders, cancer, and not insulin-dependent diabetic.
  • BMI < 45.
  • Are between 18 years and 75 years of age.

Learn More Here.

Contact for more information:
[email protected]

Elisa Maples, BS, CCRC, ACRP-PM

Clinical Research Director

Northwest Specialty Hospital Clinical Research

(208) 664-0290

Jennifer Natarajan, CRC

Clinical Research

Northwest Specialty Hospital Clinical Research

(208) 500-2854

Katie Chemodurow, CRC

Clinical Research

Northwest Specialty Hospital Clinical Research

(208) 664-0291

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