FAQ
A standard lumbar laminectomy usually takes in the region of four to six hours, depending on the complexity of your case.
Typically 4-6 weeks after surgery, you can return to regular movements and life. Full results from pain relief might take up to 6 months. During this time, it is essential to undergo outpatient physical therapy sessions to learn how to move correctly.
Risks from surgery for spinal stenosis include damage to the nerves, tissue tears, chronic pain, and trouble passing urine. You may not be able to go back to all of your normal activities for at least several months. There is a chance that surgery might not relieve your symptoms.
Recovery From Spinal Stenosis Surgery follow your doctor's treatment plan, sit and stand properly, learn to lift correctly, exercise regularly (low-impact aerobic exercise is especially good, but check with your doctor first), use proper sports equipment, attain and maintain healthy body weight.

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