Understanding the Risks of Spinal
Spinal decompression surgery, while effective for certain conditions, carries potential risks and complications. Here are some important points to consider:
Infection: Any surgical procedure carries a risk of infection, including spinal decompression surgery.
- Bleeding: Surgery involves cutting through tissues, which can lead to bleeding during or after the procedure.
- Nerve damage: Spinal decompression surgery involves working near delicate spinal nerves, increasing the risk of nerve damage.
- Anesthesia risks: General anesthesia carries its own set of risks, including adverse reactions or complications.
- Failed surgery: While spinal decompression surgery can be successful, there is a chance that it may not fully alleviate symptoms or resolve the underlying condition.
It's crucial to discuss the risks and potential benefits with your healthcare provider to make an informed decision about the most suitable treatment option for your specific condition.
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