Although there is an abundance of material in the literature regarding manipulation under anesthesia for the lumbar spine, there is little concerning the cervical spine. This article discusses a case of traumatically induced cervical disk syndrome accompanied by degenerative disk and joint disease that resolved after a series of manipulations to the cervical spine under anesthesia. Indications for the procedure are presented as well as a description of the procedure.
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