Lumbar Decompression/Laminectomy

Lumbar Decompression

Lumbar decompression/laminectomy is a surgery designed to eliminate pain caused by pinched nerve roots in the spine. This procedure is typically used to treat spinal stenosis and other conditions that cause nerve pressure.

Laminectomy involves removing portions of the bone and disc that are pressing the nerve root and causing pain. Once lumbar decompression is complete, you can experience a range of benefits that include:

  • Reduced Pain
  • Improved mobility
  • Increased activity level

How it Works

Lumbar decompression/laminectomy relieves nerve pressure by following this simple procedure:

  • An incision is made in the midline of the back
  • The lamina is removed to allow access to the nerve roots
  • Small portions of bone are removed to clear room for the nerve roots and relieve pressure

Why Choose The Spine Center?

The Spine Center offers advanced treatment options for correcting a range of spinal conditions, including spinal stenosis. Doctor Saqib Siddiqui offers every patient his full personal attention. Doctor Saqib Siddiqui provides a thorough examination, explains treatment options, and answers all questions you might have.

If you're experiencing serious back pain from pinched nerves, it isn't going to get any better on its own. You need to visit The Spine Center to discover the treatments available for alleviating your pain and improving your quality of life.

The only way to determine if you're a candidate for the lumbar decompression/laminectomy procedure is to schedule a consultation at The Spine Center. Let Doctor Saqib Siddiqui and The Spine Center discover the source of your spinal pain and provide treatment options for reducing your pain.

Call (210) 963-7093 or contact us online to schedule your appointment today!

  • An incision is made in the midline of the back
  • The lamina is removed to allow access to the nerve roots
  • Small portions of bone are removed to clear room for the nerve roots and relieve pressure

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