Our expert says:
I think they will do a procedure called "Port Hole Decompression" where the make little holes/windows in the vertebrae through which they will decompress/loosen the nerves that are trapped. With this procedure they don't damage the ligaments/structures attached to the spine and therefore the success rate of this operation is very good compared to the older "laminectomy or fusion" operations. Hope this helps- otherwise corner the surgeon and ask him to explain in details.
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