Overview Incidence Risk Factors Symptoms Evaluation Treatment questions for doctor specialist Home Care pain and inflammation warning signs Complications Underlying Cause Anatomy
Herniated Disk in the Neck Evaluation
- Arm or hand weakness:
- Arm or hand numbness:
- Pain on rotation of the neck
Testing is required to confirm the diagnosis of disk disease in the neck.
Tests that may be used to evaluate disk disease in the neck may include:
For more information:
Continue to Herniated Disk in the Neck Treatment
PubMed Herniated Disk in the Neck References
- Bertagnoli R, Duggal N, Pickett GE, Wigfield CC, Gill SS, Karg A, Voigt S. Cervical total disc replacement, part two: clinical results. Orthop Clin North Am. 2005 Jul;36(3):355-62. 
- Heller JG, Schimandle JH. Operative treatment of degenerative cervical disk disease. J South Orthop Assoc. 1996 Fall;5(3):188-206. 
- Schimandle JH, Heller JG. Nonoperative treatment of degenerative cervical disk disease. J South Orthop Assoc. 1996 Fall;5(3):207-12.