Microdiscectomy VS Endoscopic Discectomy in Our Opinion
If you have had a diagnosis of a herniated disc or canal stenosis or are in nervous language, it has been squeezed / clamped and has been treated conservatively for some time but has not been successful, you need surgical protection for nervous nerve treatment. Of the many surgical techniques for nervous nerves there are two that are currently frequently used, namely microscopic disectomy and endoscopic discectomy.
In our understanding and experience of endoscopic procedures this technique is no better than microdisectomy (which is the gold standard and the most common treatment). Representing minimally invasive surgery and there is little difference in the amount of morbidity (eg postoperative pain) between the two procedures.
We can do endoscopic procedures, but we will give the best advice to patients. Although its popularity is currently high in the eyes of the public, it has limited visualization distribution space for surgeons. Compared to microdisectomy, endoscopic disectomy also has a higher degree of complexity.
This was clearly agreed upon by us, but if we had to approve surgery for lumbar herniated discs, we would choose to approve the operation with lumbar microdysectomy carried out by spinal surgeons who provided a lot of experience with this procedure. so consult your spinal problem for the best solution