Spinal Stenosis Pain

What Causes Spinal Stenosis Pain?

Lumbar spinal stenosis happens when a condition reduces the amount of space inside the spinal cord. This in turn leads to pressure building up on the nerves inside the spinal cord. Some common causes of spinal stenosis include:

Bone Spurs: Osteoarthritis can damage your bones, leading to the development of bone spurs. When these grow, they block the spinal canal, putting pressure on your nerves.

Herniated Disc: In between your vertebrae there are rubbery discs that serve as shock absorbers. If the exterior of these discs crack and the internal material slips out, it can put pressure on the nerves along the spinal cord, narrowing the spinal canal.

Abnormal Growths: Tumors or an abnormal tissue growth can develop inside the spinal column. This narrows the spinal canal, putting pressure on your nerves.

Spinal Trauma: When you injure one of your vertebrae, this can lead to the surrounding tissues becoming inflamed. The swelling puts pressure on the spinal cord.

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Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Symptoms

Lumbar spinal stenosis is spinal stenosis that’s affecting the lower back. It can lead to cramping in your legs, and the pain is intensified if you sit in one position or if you walk for extended periods of time.

You may have lumbar spinal stenosis if you are experiencing the following:

  • Low Back Pain
  • Leg Weakness
  • Numbness in the Lower Back or Legs
  • Cramping and Pain in Your Legs
  • Numbness or Loss of Sensation in Your Feet

If your pain is consistent, talk to our pain specialists and let us show you how we can help.

How Our Pain Doctors Can Help!

When you visit a pain specialist at our Texas treatment centers, you will be greeted in a warm and friendly manner. We are eager to hear from you about what you have tried in the past to relieve your pain, what has worked, and what has not worked. Armed with this information, we can help you find relief from your spinal stenosis pain.

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 Texas Pain Relief Group!

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The Doctors Behind Our Pain Solutions

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