Lumbar Prolapsed Disc

International patient

Lumbar prolapsed disc is a common problem affecting the people of all ages. The major symptom is low back pain radiating toward lower limbs. If the patient is not responding to the medicines and physiotherapy or developes a motor/sensory loss or the disc has migrated out into the canal, then the patient might need surgery. The surgery is done under general anesthesia and with the help of endoscopy or operating microscope through 2.5cm incision. Patient is discharged in 48 hrs and can immediately resume his/her daily routine. The patient might require 1-2 weeks to completely recover and but has to take certain precautions for the whole life.