Spinal Stenosis

Spine pain may occur for a wide variety of reasons. It is basically associated, however, with some type of issue that involves the nerves in the area. The spinal cord itself is the bundling in many nerves that carry information to and from the brain from all parts of the body. It is responsible for all of the functioning of the human body, including involuntary movements, involuntary actions, and pain. Unfortunately, when any type of problem occurs in the area of the spine and affects one of the nerves, it can lead to the transmission of pain signals, regardless of whether they are appropriate or not. One of the conditions that can cause this problem is spinal stenosis.

According to some estimates, there are hundreds of thousands of cases of spinal stenosis that occur in the United States every year. It is a relatively common spine condition and if you or your loved one is suffering from it, it can cause chronic pain that may last for the rest of your life. That pain is not mild but rather, it can be debilitating and may differ from one individual to another. What is it that causes spinal stenosis and what can be done to treat the issue?

The spinal cord runs through the spinal column and there is not a lot of room left in that void. When any type of issue crowds in on the spinal cord, such as a tumor, bone spur or another issue, it can compress the spinal cord and lead to the problem of spinal stenosis. This pressure affects both the spinal cord directly as well as the nerves that are within the spine. There is also a problem that can occur in any part of this body but it is more likely to happen in either the lumbar (lower back) or cervical (neck) areas.

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