Simpson Loft - Spinal surgery using decompression techniques
Simpson Loft - Laminotomy. This step has a goal to reduce the urge to the spinal cord through the step of trimming some of the lamina, is the back side of the vertebrae, so the emphasis on the spinal cord can stop.
Simpson Loft - Laminectomy. It's almost the same as laminotomy, but in laminectomy the entire lamina of the spine can be removed. Laminectomy can help reduce swelling because of a push in the spinal cord, although it doesn't feel right after this step.
Simpson Loft - Discectomy. This step has the goal of removing the urge in the spinal cord because of the abnormal shape of the spinal discs and feeling herniation or protrusion (hernia nucleus pulposus). Dysectomy is performed by trimming the sides of the spinal discs, so there is more area for the spinal nerves and the nerve impulses can shrink by themselves. Dectectomy can be combined with laminectomy so the results are maximum.