After back surgery there are several lifestyle habits that will aid in the recovery process, such as avoiding smoking, getting enough continuous sleep, and eating nutritious food.
Microdiscectomy is a minimally invasive surgery approached from the back. Surgical glasses allow the surgeon to clearly visualize the surgical field.
Kyphoplasty treats vertebral compression fractures, restoring vertebral height and alleviating pain.
Kyphoplasty involves restoring vertebral height and relieving pain by injecting bone cement into fractured vertebrae.
Kyphoplasty risks are rare and include infection, nerve injury, and cement leakage.
Laminectomy for spinal stenosis carries risks like infection and nerve damage but generally has good success rates.
Lumbar discectomy as an outpatient procedure offers quicker recovery and reduced hospital stay, benefiting patients.
Lumbar laminectomy surgically treats spinal stenosis by removing bone and tissue to relieve pressure on nerves.
Recover from lumbar microdiscectomy (discharge to 14 days) with rest, pain management, and gradual activity.
Weeks 2 to 6 of lumbar microdiscectomy recovery focus on progressive activity and pain management for smoother rehabilitation.
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