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What is a Laminotomy/ Laminectomy?
Laminotomy and laminectomy are two surgical procedures performed on the section of a spinal bone called the lamina. Laminotomies involve removal of only a minor segment of the lamina, while laminectomies involve removal of most or all of the lamina. Both procedures are performed to relieve excessive pressure on the spinal cord or its associated nerve roots caused by degenerative discs, herniation, bulging discs and spinal stenosis.
Basic Laminotomy/ Laminectomy Patient Information
The physician can treat multiple levels and are usually completed in 60 minutes or less and many patients experience immediate relief and are discharged soon after the surgery and can resume light activities the following day.
Benefits of Our Laminotomy/ Laminectomy Procedure
Minimally Invasive Surgery. Maximum Advantage.
Truly Minimally Invasive
Incisions made are 5 millimeters or less in length, allowing for minimal scar tissue and less infection risk