Spinal Stenosis


What is it?

Spinal stenosis is simply the narrowing of the spinal canal. It occurs most commonly in the lumbar region of the spinal column, but it may also occur in the neck region. This narrowing leads to nerve compression which can cause excruciatingly painful nerve and spinal cord impingement.

  • check-mark-1High Success rate
  • check-mark-1Small incision and short recovery phase
  • check-mark-1Minimal scar tissue
  • check-mark-1Preserves spinal mobility
  • check-mark-1Done under local anesthesia
  • check-mark-1Minimal blood loss
  • check-mark-1Same-day surgery with no hospitalization required

What are some symptoms?

  • check-mark-1Persistent low back pain
  • check-mark-1Numbness, tingling and reduced range of motion
  • check-mark-1It may also manifest as pain in lower extremities (Sciatica)

Treatment options?