... S1 laminectomy Prior to that i have all injections you can think of and none ever helped! ... (1 replies)
... L3 hemi laminectomy on the left side. ... (7 replies)
... So he isn't concerned about the retrolisthesis? There is a chance the laminectomy will increase any instability that may exist at the L5-S1 segment. You might want to ask the surgeon about this. (14 replies)
... S1. He told me that is his plan, but it could end up being laminectomy since the EMG showed left sided nerve compression at S1 as well. ... (14 replies)
... If he does a discectomy and laminectomy how long would I be off work? ... (14 replies)
... The surgery was done on June 29 2015. The nerve pain is on left foot and calf mainly. I awoke from the surgery with a burning pain in my left foot sole. I did not have this pain prior to surgery. He pain has lessened over time but is still there and bothers me a lot. My cat scan shows the pedicle screws in the right place and the cage went in from the left side. The op... (7 replies)
... I've been suffering from burning nerve pain since my back surgery. I had a laminectomy and fusion at t22 l1. ... (1 replies)
... I am having a laminectomy of L3, 4 & 5 with fusion of L4/5. Looking for anyone with a similar surgery how it went and how was their recovery. I am extremely nervous for the surgery. (10 replies)
... I just came from my dr and I am only 3wks post op a microdisecectomy and laminectomy on l5-s1 where I too, had a huge herniation. I asked the dr today, how much disc was left and he said that it was hard to say, but if I did re-herniate, it was possible that I may need a fusion. I have a lot of anxiety about this, but am determined to not bend and twist, if I can help it. ... (1 replies)
... p pain will always be there he thinks. The only way to get rid of it would be a Fusion and he said there is no way he would ever have that done. He wants to do a Laminectomy for my leg pain and also kill a nerve in the facet joint which that would be temporary relief of the back pain. ... (0 replies)
... Hi...i had l4 l5 microdiscectomy and laminectomy about 4 months ago. ... (1 replies)
... After being diagnosed with lumbar spinal stenosis in 1992 and undergoing several other treatment options that were not successful, I had back surgery, a laminectomy w/bone fusion. I then developed urinary incontinence, which is still a problem for me. :( and also lost my mobility. I am now spending most of the time in a wheelchair, although I am able to use a walker for very... (2 replies)
... It was great to hear from you, all you can do is stick with it I always push and push hard and I end up paying for it. I live in Missouri and where I live rocks grow like grass so I was dinging them out yesterday (I did not pick them up) and I paid for it.
The pain Dr's upped my meds to Oxy 30mg now and that is mostly for the leg pain (if it is doing something I thank God... (12 replies)
... I do not post much I usually just look around and see what is going on. I had back surgery that was on levels L-4 L5 L5-S1 that involved a Laminectomy fusion cutting the disc with instrumentation and a few other things I no longer remember (it was 20 years ago) And bone dowel for stabilization in he front. That surgery failed I did run into someone that had the same surgery... (12 replies)
... level laminectomy as it is very difficult to clean up enough to free up the nerve without creating an unstable situation. ... (12 replies)
... So this is to anyone post op folks from lamy's without fusion. I'd like to know your short story if you have time.
I'm 61, live in Massachusetts and have had some back / hip issues with L1/T12 and have been evaluated by a top doc at Emerson and also have seen a top rated Neuro at New England Baptist.
The latter says when I'm ready he would do a laminectomy on L4, L3, and... (12 replies)
... fusion and laminectomy . ... (2 replies)
... Two hands gives you some good information. It is very unusual to do a laminectomy on two or more spinal segments without fusing the area. When the lamina is removed to make room for the compressed nerves, it can create instability. ... (2 replies)
... On January 8, 2015 I had a Laminectomy of L2,L3,L4,L5. ... (2 replies)
... It is true that the recent report you shared above mentions moderate spinal stenosis at L3/L4 but I would question whether that is what is causing your symptoms. In order for central stenosis to cause symptoms the narrowing has to cause compression on either nerve roots or the spinal cord. The spinal cord has already terminated at L2. I have read of very severe central... (10 replies)