Laminectomy is a definition used for the procedure where the vertebra that engulfs the spinal cord is surgically removed. A Laminectomy Treatment is also known as the decompression surgery. The treatment is mostly performed to relieve the pressure that accumulates in the spinal cord or nerves. Neurosurgeon suggests this procedure as the last leg only after all other options like medications, physical therapy, and injections have not got the desired results. The pressure that sometimes accumulates in the spinal cord radiates into a physical pain in the arms and legs and can severely curb movements. Walking, sitting and doing daily chores can be a real challenging experience. A Spinal stenosis is performed where the Neurosurgeon makes an incision over the infected vertebrae and removes the lamina surgically. A special surgical microscope is usually used to carry out the operation. Sometimes if the doctor decides if the gap is huge or if a natural healing process cannot set in, then metal rods and screws are used to connect two vertebrae together. Thanks to the advances made in the medical field, this procedure has evolved over a period and is painless. Physical therapy and the exercises recommended by the doctors should be religiously followed for the betterment after the surgery. Serious work should be avoided for a few months, and heavy lifting and exercises should be prevented at all cost. It can be even six months before the treatment completely heals and day-to-day activities can begin.