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Laminectomy in India: Things to Consider While Going For This Surgery

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Laminectomy Overview

Laminectomy in India is a surgical elimination of the bony area of the spine referred to as the lamina. It is the back portion of each vertebra of the spine and forms the backbone of your spinal canal. In most cases doctor usually recommends less evasive treatments to reduce pain or any form of discomfort.

How do I know if I am a good candidate for Laminoplasty Procedure?

Laminectomy in India reviews of patients who have gone under the knife indicate that surgery is the only option when

  • If one has a significant amount of pain, numbness and weakness in your leg or foot
  • If there is more back pain than the leg pain
  • One experiences trouble in standing or walking

One has weakness or loss of bladder or bowel movement

Check out the Patient Testimonial, where the patient shares about their success stories from treatments through Joint Replacement Surgery Hospital India.

Hi, I am Aisha Babington from UK. I am thankful to all the staff members who went out of their way to help and explain everything about laminectomy. I had severe leg pain for over two years and I had gone for the pain management shots as well at my native place. But it did no help to me. My doctor asked me to undergo the surgery. I had been treated by numerous doctors with no results and also the long waiting list forced me to look for affordable treatments abroad. After a free consultation at your healthcare company, I got my appointment fixed. They helped me with medical visas, food and accommodation during our travel in India. At the hospital, everyone was friendly and made me feel comfortable. I wish I had known about this healthcare consultant earlier. I am grateful to everyone for giving me a life lot better. I can now walk and go to the places to enjoy things now. Thank you. God Bless!

Laminoplasty Procedure & Recovery & Effectiveness

Affordable Laminectomy in India means an orthopedic surgeon will perform the surgery in the hospital. It can be a minimal evasive procedure or an open surgery.  The surgeon performs the surgery by making small incisions in your back or neck, and then using a small camera to have a glance at the surgical area. On the other hand open incision involves a large incision in your back, over the affected verterbrae. There by the surgeon can view the area under treatment directly.

After the surgery, one will have to use a brace to stabilize the back or the neck while you heal. This means that you would need some amount of help with your daily activities. Physical therapy is an essential part of the recovery process. Gradually you will gain movement with less pain. The average recovery time takes around 4 to 6 weeks and in some cases it can take more time.

Why Opting Laminoplasty is necessary?

Surgery should be the last option when all other courses of treatment have failed to yield the desired results.  Laminoplasty is undertaken where more space needs to be created for the spinal cord along with the spinal canal. If the laminae can reduce pressure, on the nerves as well as the spinal cord.

Why to choose an Indian Hospital for your Laminoplasty?

Indian is one of the renowned medical centres of the world. The quality of medical care cannot be compared to any other place in the world. Minimum amount of complications and quality treatment is provided at the lowest cost possible in all the top notch hospitals of the country. Free Consultation Laminectomy in India is provided by most of the  hospitals in the country. The surgeons have had their education in the advanced countries of the world and later on come to India to hone their skills. Even the doctors who practice their skills are the best. You can get the surgery done and discharged the same day the surgery is done.

Laminectomy Cost in India

 Low cost Laminectomy in India ensures that one can make substantial savings in cost of treatment when one compares it to the western countries. If you choose a western hub, then be rest assured of the fact that you will have to spend a considerable amount of time waiting for the time of the surgery as the waiting lists are on the higher side.

If you are really seeking Laminectomy, kindly fill up the form for a free consultation with our surgeons. You will be provided with thorough analysis and suggestions regarding the Laminectomy you are seeking.

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 FAQ’s

How long of a hospital stay can I expect?

For a one or two level procedure, most patients go home the same or next day. If you are having three or more levels operated on, you will be in the hospital for approximately 2 – 3 days. If your pain level is tolerable and you are doing well medically, you can expect to be discharged.

Will I need a brace?

No, our orthopedic surgeons normally does not prescribe a brace after a Laminectomy, unless you are also having a fusion performed.

What is the approximate time it will take me to recuperate?

While everyone’s pain tolerances and conditions differ, most recover from this type of surgery with a 4 to 6 week time period.

How long before I can return to work?

This depends on the type of work you perform and the duties involved. Our doctors will discuss this with you during your first post-operative follow-up visit. In general, most patients can return to a sit down type job with no lifting required within 2-3 weeks after surgery. Those patients who have heavier duty occupations requiring lifting, pushing, pulling, and overhead activity can expect to be out 4- 6 weeks.

How long before I can drive?

Most patients can return to driving 10 – 14 days after a laminectomy.

How should I take care of my surgical incision?

Your incision may be closed with dissolving sutures or staples. We are now utilizing a very effective dressing called Silverlon. Please do not remove or change this dressing.  You may shower with it.  Just pat it dry.  It is designed to get wet.  We will remove the dressing in the office and instruct further wound care after inspection.  Most of the time,  the wound will be healed by the first office visit.

When can I walk?

As a normal part of the post-operative period, we encourage you to get up and walk the morning after your surgery. You may walk as much as you can tolerate.

Will I require the use of a walking aid?

Some patients do use an assistive device such as a cane or walker after surgery. This is determined on an individual basis.

Will I need therapy after surgery?

A therapist may come to your home upon your discharge from the hospital to instruct you on basic fundamentals. Doctors will determine if you require outpatient therapy at the time of your first office visit. Some patients will not require any therapy.

How long will my sutures stay in place?

If you have staples, they will be removed approximately 14 days after surgery. If you have a smaller incision with dissolving sutures, there will be nothing to remove.

Will I be able to have sexual relations after surgery?

Yes, you may resume sexual activities as soon as you feel up to it. This may be a few days or even a week after you come home from the hospital. You should avoid positions which cause increased back discomfort.

How long before I can fly in a plane?

Most patients are free to travel after their initial post-operative visit 10 –14 days after surgery. Patients who may have been experiencing any problems during this time may be encourage to wait a little longer before traveling. Keep in mind, you will not be able to carry any luggage greater than approximately 10 –15 pounds for the first 4 weeks after surgery.

How long before I can take a bath at home?

You will need to avoid taking a bath or submerging in water for approximately 3 weeks after surgery.

How long before I can shower at home?

As stated above, we are now using the Silverlon dressing. It is designed to get wet.  Just pat dry after a shower.  But, please do not remove the dressing.  It will be removed in the office on the first post-op visit.

Do I need to be on a stool softener?

A stool softener will be ordered for you while in the hospital. You may discontinue this after your first bowel movement or at your discretion.

Is it alright to sleep on a waterbed?

We encourage you to sleep on at least a semi-firm surface following surgery. Some water mattresses may be too soft immediately after surgery.

 

Will I be able to walk up stairs?

Most patients will be able to walk up stairs after surgery. You should limit the amount of times you go up and down the stairs during your first few days home. We encourage you to use a handrail if one is available.

Will I be able to go swimming?

Yes, in approximately 3 weeks after surgery.

When will my pain, improve?

Everyone’s pain tolerances and conditions do vary. In general, many patients experience some relief of their leg symptoms immediately after surgery. It is not uncommon to have back soreness, stiffness, and incisional discomfort for several weeks beyond surgery. For some patients, the pain level may decline slowly over weeks or even months after surgery.

Why does everything hurt 2 or 3 days after surgery when I felt so good immediately afterwards?

Several reasons for this. First, you were given medications to help relax you and your pain during the surgery along with the anesthesia. This combination of medications may stay in your system for a day or two after surgery. Secondly, as you start feeling better, most patients become a bit more active, this can lead to increased discomfort initially.

Why is my throat sore?

A sore throat can result from anesthesia in some cases. You received an endo-tracheal intubation (“tube”) into you throat to help you breath during the procedure. This may have irritated the lining of your throat. This soreness and even some difficulty swallowing tends to resolve within a few weeks after surgery.

When do I call the doctor?

If you experience any fevers over 101.5 degrees, any wound drainage, swelling or redness around your surgical incision, increasing pain, tingling or numbness that you did not have before surgery, difficulty swallowing, difficulty walking, severe headaches or weakness, call your doctor.

How will I know what is too heavy to lift?

You can lift up to 10 lbs after surgery until your first post-operative visit. After 10 – 14 days you will be able to lift more. Heavy lifting is usually not recommended before 6 weeks after surgery.

Can I choose my own hotels according to my budget?

You can most definitely choose hotels as per your convenience to you and your budget.

Can I speak with the doctor before I come to India for treatment?

You can talk to the doctor and satisfy all your medical queries. You can also send us your queries for answers from the top doctors.

How will I get an Indian Medical Visa?

To know about the procedure of getting an Indian Medical Visa, please go to our website where you will find all the details regarding the initial procedure. You can also send us a query regarding the same.

I can only speak my native language?

Many hospitals in India have language translators to help you communicate better and effortlessly with the doctors and medical staff.

Why should a patient choose Joint Replacement Surgery Hospital India?

Joint Replacement Surgery Hospital India offers highest quality bone and joint health care with attentiveness, care and compassion to meet the needs of the patients and their loved ones. The medical team includes board-certified orthopedic surgeons who are familiar with all the aspects of the musculoskeletal system. Our hospital uses the most advanced technologies available for the orthopaedic procedures and has a lower complication rate.


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