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When back or neck pain persists and nonsurgical treatment methods have failed to produce lasting results, a laminectomy may help.
Laminectomy is a procedure that’s used to ease pressure on spinal nerves, treat a herniated disc or remove a tumor.
Our Approach to Laminectomy
By removing damaged bone, or lamina, your surgeon will be able to widen your spinal canal and relieve pressure on the spinal cord and surrounding nerves. Those with a herniated disc or arthritis often find this to be an effective way to alleviate pain caused by bony overgrowths, or bone spurs. Once bone is no longer pressing against fragile tissue, painful symptoms dissipate rather quickly.
If you experience pain, weakness or numbness that radiates down your back, arms or legs, and you’ve not seen success with more conservative treatments, you may be a candidate for laminectomy.
Am I a Candidate for Laminectomy?
If you experience pain, weakness or numbness that radiates down your back,arms or legs, and you’ve not seen success with more conservative treatments, you may be a candidate for laminectomy.
Why Choose Inspira for Laminectomy Treatment
With a team of trusted neurosurgeons operating in South Jersey, there’s no need to travel outside of your community to receive cutting-edge care. Our surgeons, physicians and nurses bring a wide range of diverse expertise to the operating room, ensuring you get comprehensive neurosurgery services right in your neighborhood.
Inspira’s minimally invasive surgical experts specialize in treating spinal, brain and nerve conditions with skilled precision. Our state-of-the-art surgical facilities are equipped with advanced 3D imaging technology, which allows our neurosurgeons to use minimally invasive techniques when performing your laminectomy that reduce pain and scarring, improve surgical outcomes and speed up recovery time.
Thanks to Inspira’s integrated provider network, our neurosurgical team is poised to provide personalized, coordinated care. By taking a multidisciplinary approach to treatment, your surgeon will have access to other specialists—from intensivists and hospitalists, to endocrinologists and physical therapists—that will work closely together to diagnose and treat your condition.
Inspira Spinal Surgery Centers
Spinal surgery services are offered in several of our specialized care units.