Spinal Stenosis Pain

What Causes Spinal Stenosis Pain?

Lumbar spinal stenosis can be brought on by a number of causes that lessen the amount of space available inside the spine that leads to pressure on the spinal cord and nerves within. The most common causes of spinal stenosis are:

Bone spurs. Osteoarthritis damage to the spinal bones can bring about the growth of bone spurs that may grow into the spinal canal and either block it, or cause pressure themselves.

Herniated discs. The rubbery discs between each spinal vertebrae may crack and have it’s softer inner material poke out and press on the spinal cord or nerves. Alternatively, a disc may slip (slipped disc) and press on the nerves located along the spinal column. Each would narrow the spinal canal.

Abnormal growths. Tumors or abnormal tissue growths can form anywhere alongside or in the spinal column causes pressure on the spinal nerves and narrowing the canal.

Spinal trauma. Injuries to the spine can cause damage to one or more vertebrae which can cause nearby tissues to become inflamed. The subsequent swelling can put pressure on the spinal cord.

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Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Symptoms

Lumbar spinal stenosis typically deals with a number of symptoms that involve pain and discomfort in the lumbar (lower back) area, in addition to frequent cramping up and down the legs. The pain can be intensified when walking or standing for too long.

Common symptoms of lumbar spinal stenosis are:

  • Low back pain
  • Leg weakness
  • Numbness in the lower back and/or legs
  • Pain and cramping in legs
  • Loss of sensation in the legs and feet.

If the pain persists or becomes chronic, treatment from a pain specialist is recommended.


How Our Pain Doctors Can Help!

When you visit our pain specialists at any of our Florida treatment centers, be prepared to discuss what has worked and not worked thus far in regards to pain management. From here, we will discuss additional forms of pain relief for arthritis pain, including:

  • Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection
  • Trigger Point Injections
  • Lumbar Sympathetic Block
  • Radio Frequency Ablation
  • Kyphoplasty and Vertebroplasty
  • Spinal Cord Stimulator

Depending on your symptoms, our team of specialists can determine the right treatment and therapy to get rid of the pain and manage it moving forward. We’re just a call or click away.

Don’t Suffer Another Day

Spinal Stenosis pain can be debilitating at any age. It keeps you from being active, leading a healthy and happy life, and from enjoying time with the ones you love. Take control of your life today by scheduling an appointment with the physicians of Florida Pain Relief Group!


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