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Laminectomies in Tri-Counties of South Florida

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While our practice offers a variety of nonsurgical treatment plans, some conditions are best treated with surgery. When spinal compression becomes so severe that the patient’s nerves are pinched and they are suffering from neurological symptoms, removing their lamina may be the best approach.

Trust iRISE Spine and Joint to decompress your spine and give you the relief you need. Call us to get started: (888) 966-9750.

What Is a Laminectomy?

A laminectomy is a common procedure that aims to add more space in your spinal canal, thus relieving pressure. It’s commonly referred to as a decompression surgery because of the relief it provides to the spinal cord and nerves.

The surgery is performed by removing the lamina, a portion of your vertebral bone, to give your spine space to decompress. The lamina is the back part of the vertebra covering your spinal canal. Getting it removed is a serious surgery, but one our doctors perform regularly, producing positive results for our clients.

The procedure is not to be confused with a laminotomy, which is a partial removal of the lamina. Still, both procedures work for the same goal of relieving spinal compression.

What Causes the Pressure Buildups?

The growth of pressure is commonly attributed to overgrowths or bone spurs in the spinal canal, which is common among those with arthritis. However, it is not exclusive to individuals with arthritis, as it can also be a typical symptom of aging.

When Does a Patient Need a Laminectomy?

A laminectomy, along with our other surgical solutions, is reserved for only those circumstances in which other nonsurgical methods are ineffective or otherwise unsuitable for your condition. When the pain from these bone spurs causes unbearable pressure and consequential pain and weakness, a laminectomy is a common recommendation. Our doctors will look for the following indicators of worsening symptoms before suggesting a laminectomy, such as:

  • Failure of medication or physical therapy to treat your pain and symptoms
  • Weakness or numbness that makes standing and standard daily activities difficult
  • Loss of bowel or bladder control

Additionally, patients suffering from a herniated disc may require a laminectomy in order to access the affected spinal disc. Our doctors will advise you of the options available to you before pursuing surgery.

If you are experiencing serious spinal pain, contact iRISE Spine and Joint to review your treatment options.

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Doral, FL 33166

West Dade

5040 NW 7th Street,
Suite 450
Miami, FL 33126


8501 SW. 124th Avenue,
Suite 101
Kendall, FL 33183

Boca Raton

880 NW 13th Street,
Suite 101
Boca Raton, FL 33486

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Boca Raton, FL 33431

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Delray Beach

3333 Congress Avenue,
Suite 305A
Delray Beach, FL 33445


1103 Banks Road
Margate, FL 33063

Pompano Beach

1600 S. Federal HWY,
Suite 390
Pompano Beach, FL 33062

Coral Springs

1725 N. University Drive,
Suite 325
Coral Springs, FL 33071


6738 W. Sunrise Blvd.,
Suite 106
Plantation, FL 33313

Lake Worth

1926 10th Avenue N.,
Suite 305
Lake Worth, FL 33461


6030 Hollywood Blvd,
Suites 140 & 250
Hollywood, FL 33024

West Palm Beach

5601 Corporate Way,
Suite 119
West Palm Beach, FL 33407

Miami Gardens

18441 NW 2nd Avenue,
Suite 113
Miami Gardens, FL 33169

Miami Lakes

7975 NW 154th Street,
Suite 210
Miami Lakes, FL 33016

Fort Myers

8200 College Parkway,
Suite 201
Fort Myers, FL 33919


733 S. Goldenrod Road,
Suite B
Orlando, FL 32822


2333 W. Hillsborough Avenue,
Suite 150
Tampa, FL 33603

Memphis (South)

1775 Pyramid Place,
Suite 112
Memphis, TN 38132

Memphis (North)

5154 Stage Road,
Suite 101
Memphis, TN 38134

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