Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion (ACDF) in Frisco, TX

What is ACDF Surgery?

Inflammation and chronic neck pain that cannot be tamed with noninvasive pain relief methods, oral medications, physical therapies, or a combination of many approaches may need surgical intervention. Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) surgery can address herniated discs and disc degenerative disorders in the neck. At Preston Surgery Center in Frisco, TX, we see many men and women with neck pain that have tried numerous approaches to handle their neck pain with no success. Dr. Mark Valente, our board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgeon, performs ACDF surgery at our facility for his neck pain patients. By removing the damaged disc and filling in the newly open space with a bone graft, ACDF surgery by Dr. Valente can be a powerful combination against the pain. In a single-level ACDF surgery for select patients, this procedure can be safely performed in our outpatient, AAAASF-accredited surgical facility.

Learn more about our ACDF Surgery

Our orthopedic spine team at Preston Surgery Center will take great care to explain to you how the procedure works, what to expect during and after surgery, and more. We can also work out a treatment plan that fits your needs, and we can offer several financing options for your surgery. Having your ACDF surgery at our facility instead of a hospital can lower your out-of-pocket costs with or without insurance. We would be delighted to have a discussion with you about medical financing, at your request. The first step is to have a consultation with Dr. Valente to find out if ACDF surgery is the appropriate treatment for you.


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