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Laminectomy surgery

Laminectomy surgery helps ease pressure on your spinal cord or the nerve roots that may have been caused by injury, a herniated disk or other factors

What’s involved in a laminectomy?

A laminectomy removes a small portion of the bone over the nerve root and/or disc material from under the nerve root to relieve neural impingement and give it more space. This procedure treats spinal stenosis (cervical, lumbar and rarely thoracic), relieving the pressure on the nerves.

Specialists offering Laminectomy surgery

Mr Nikolaos Haliasos

Consultant Neurosurgeon

MD FRCS

BMI The London Independent Hospital

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Mr Richard Pickard

Consultant Spinal Orthopaedic Surgeon

BM, FRCS Ed, FRCS Tr & Ortho

BMI The Princess Margaret Hospital 1 more BMI The Hampshire Clinic

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Mr Amit Amit

Consultant Neurosurgeon & Spinal Surgeon

MBBS, DCH, MS, MRCS, FRCS (SN)

BMI Three Shires Hospital 1 more BMI The Meriden Hospital

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Mr Jonathan Bull

Consultant Neurosurgeon and Spinal Surgeon

MA MB BChir MD(Res) FRCSGlasg FRCSEng (Neuro.Surg)

BMI The London Independent Hospital

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Mr Rafid Al-Mahfoudh

Consultant Neurosurgeon and Complex Spine Surgeon

MBChB, European certificate in Neurosurgery, FRCS (SN)

BMI Goring Hall Hospital

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