Symptoms of Spinal Stenosis?
Spinal stenosis in the lumbar spine typically causes
- weakness in the lower extremities.
Spinal stenosis in the cervical spine may result in pressure on the nerves causing
- pain to the upper extremities,
- pressure on the spinal cord resulting in possible spinal damage.
- Back pain
Symptoms of this spinal damage may be pain in the neck as well as difficulty in controlling the arms and legs, numbness through the body, bowel and bladder difficulties, and increased reflexes (jumpy legs) in the lower extremities
Causes of Spinal Stenosis?
1.The most common cause of spinal stenosis is aging, although not everyone develops this condition as they grow old. People whose age is 50 years old are more susceptible to developing spinal stenosis than others. If a relative in your family has history of back pain or any other back problem, they have a high risk of back pain due to genetic symptoms.
2.Heavy laborers, who overload their backs also are at a greater risk than those with a more sedentary lifestyle.
3.Another common cause of lateral stenosis is soft and bone tissue changed because of aging, also known as degenerative arthritis
Treatment for spinal stenosis depends on the location of the stenosrahul cis and the severity of your signs and symptoms.If you have any problem related to spine then meet Dr.Rahul Chaudhari. He is the best Spine Surgeon in Pune. His special areas of interest are neck and back disorders. Slipped disc, spine fracture, infections, and tumors. He is a certified disc replacement & minimally invasive spine surgeon in Pune.