More information about spinal stenosis

Spinal stenosis is a condition that describes the narrowing of nerve pathways in the spinal column. This condition is often found in conjunction with other spine conditions that cause anatomy in the spine to become displaced. For example, someone with a herniated disc might also have spinal stenosis because disc material is protruding into the spinal canal, causing the space between the spine and the spinal canal walls to narrow.

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Patients who have spinal stenosis may experience chronic or acute pain in the back at the location of the condition. When the spinal canal narrows, a nerve root in the spinal canal could become compressed against a component of the spine, resulting in chronic or radiating pain. If you are experiencing these symptoms, there are several treatment options available to help you find relief.

At Laser Spine Institute we are committed to patient education and have a library of articles to help you learn more about this condition and the treatment options available:

As you continue to research spinal stenosis, we encourage you to contact Laser Spine Institute. Our team can provide you with a free MRI review* and help you find out if you are a candidate for our minimally invasive, outpatient procedures that are safer and effective alternatives to open neck and open back surgery.

For more information about Laser Spine Institute and the benefits our outpatient procedures can offer patients dealing with spinal stenosis, contact our team today.

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