Information on spinal stenosis
Spinal stenosis is a spine condition that describes the narrowing of nerve passages in the spinal column. This is a degenerative condition that often develops in people over the age of 50 due to the natural aging process of the spine. Sometimes, spinal stenosis can be caused from other spine conditions, such as bulging discs or bone spurs, which protrude into the spinal canal and narrow the space in between the walls of the spinal canal and the spine. As the walls of the spinal canal narrow, the spinal cord or a nerve root may become compressed by a bulging disc or joint in the spine, resulting in chronic and radiating pain in the back and extremities.
If this condition is affecting you and you are researching spinal stenosis and the treatment options available to you, we encourage you to read through our library of information about spinal stenosis. At Laser Spine Institute, we believe that patients should be informed about their condition and all of their options so they can make the best decision about their spine care needs.
Articles on spinal stenosis
Here is a collection of helpful articles to aid your research on the definition, causes, symptoms and treatments for spinal stenosis:
- About Spinal Stenosis
- Spinal Stenosis Overview
- Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
- Cervical Spinal Stenosis
- About Your Spinal Stenosis Diagnosis
- Symptoms of Spinal Stenosis
- Causes of Spinal Stenosis
- Diagnosing Spinal Stenosis
- FAQs of Spinal Stenosis
- Spinal Stenosis Symptoms
- Spinal Stenosis Treatments
- Spinal Stenosis Surgery
- Decompression Surgery
- Stabilization Surgery
- Open Back Surgery
- Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
- Recovery Times
- Laminotomy for Spinal Stenosis
- Foraminotomy for Spinal Stenosis
- Back Surgery
- Prescription Drug Treatments for Spinal Stenosis
- Physical Therapy for Spinal Stenosis
- Massage for Spinal Stenosis
- Spinal Stenosis Articles
- Can Spinal Stenosis Be Prevented?
Laser Spine Institute
The experienced orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons at Laser Spine Institute perform minimally invasive outpatient procedures that are a safer and effective alternative to traditional open spine surgery.^
If you are considering surgery for spinal stenosis after exhausting conservative options, contact us today to learn more about our options for treatment. Our caring and dedicated team can help you receive a no-cost MRI or CT scan review* to determine if you are a potential candidate for one of our procedures.