Published January 22, 2020
Symptoms of cervical myelopathy may appear in different ways. Some may feel pain in the neck, others have pain or numbness elsewhere in the body at/below the compressed area of the spinal cord, or some may experience both.
Kevin Gibbons, MD of UB Neurosurgery details the diagnosis process and treatment options.
Dr. Gibbons is also the executive director of UBMD Physicians' Group and senior associate dean of clinical affairs at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo.
UB Neurosurgery (UBNS) is a member of UBMD Physicians' Group.