Spinal stenosis occurs when the small spaces within the spine have become too narrow, creating a situation where the nerves within the spine receive a lot of restricting pressure. These narrowing of the spaces between the spine typically takes place in the lower back or neck areas of the spine. Contact our team of specialists to learn more about treatment options for spinal stenosis. We have multiple doctors available who specialize in diagnosing and treating spinal stenosis. Contact us today to begin the process of finding relief from your spinal stenosis symptoms.
Spinal stenosis is one of the medical conditions that has a wide range of symptoms and severities in those that suffer from it. Some individuals who have spinal stenosis won’t have any noticeable symptoms, making it difficult to diagnose, while others may have extreme and painful symptoms of the condition.
Common forms of for spinal stenosis symptoms are chiropractic, over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medication, cortisone injections, surgery, lifestyle changes, and more.
One of the primary responsibilities of the spine is to protect the spinal cord, a series of nerves that allows the brain to communicate with the different bodily systems we use every day. Spinal health is extremely important to your overall health since it houses the central nervous system that keeps your body functioning properly. Anyone can get spinal stenosis and it can come from a variety of different causes:
Other risk factors can increase the likelihood of getting spinal stenosis, including being 50 years of age or older, trauma, genetic diseases affecting bone and/or muscle development, congenital spinal deformities (such as scoliosis), and more.
When you’re uncertain of what is causing the symptoms you’re experiencing, that’s when it’s time to visit a doctor to diagnose the cause. At AICA Orthopedics, our team of specialists will help in identifying the cause of your symptoms. When a doctor suspects spinal stenosis, a number of tests and diagnostic processes will be employed to get to the root of the issue.
Symptoms will vary from individual to individual based on a number of factors, such as the type of spinal stenosis or location of spinal stenosis. Not everyone will experience symptoms directly while others will feel more severe intensities of the condition. Common symptoms include numbness, tingling, and/or general weakness in the hand, arm, foot, or leg. Individuals may also experience neck pain, back pain, muscle cramping, and bladder and bowel dysfunction. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, you should schedule a consultation at AICA Orthopedics right away. Letting any of these symptoms linger or worsen can have a detrimental impact on your body and overall health.
Our recommended treatment will depend on the severity and location of your spinal stenosis. Give us a call or schedule an appointment with our experienced staff of professional doctors and healthcare specialists so we can provide you with the best treatment options for spinal stenosis and its symptoms.Our healthcare team at AICA Orthopedics will help you find relief from spinal stenosis through personalized attention and treatment. Every medical situation is unique and it’s important to get accurate diagnoses and treatment for yours.
Treatment from a chiropractor can help to alleviate pain and discomfort symptoms associated with spinal stenosis. As a field that focuses on the spine, chiropractic is often a perfect candidate for people experiencing spinal stenosis symptoms. Chiropractors from AICA Orthopedics will help in alleviating symptoms by carefully realigning the spine, which alleviates pressure on the spine, particularly with people suffering from spinal stenosis.
Neurologists specialize in disorders and issues related to the nervous system, including the spine. A neurologist’s expertise will be able to pinpoint what is causing pain and discomfort from spinal stenosis, which is often due to compression of or damage to the spine’s nerve roots or cord.LEARN MORE
In some cases, surgery or minimally invasive procedures may be required to alleviate spinal stenosis symptoms. This is usually a final step after other treatment methods have been attempted with no improvement observed. An orthopedic surgeon can discuss if surgery is necessary or if other treatments, medications, and lifestyle changes will be sufficient.LEARN MORE
Contact us today at AICA Orthopedics to learn more about diagnosing and treating spinal stenosis. Our team at AICA Orthopedics will recommend which specialists you should see to get an accurate depiction of your spinal stenosis condition.