Managing lumbar stenosis pain includes heat/ice therapy, massage therapy, topical pain relievers, and over-the-counter medications.
Optimal posture and nutrition aid lumbar stenosis management, reducing pain and enhancing overall well-being.
Cervical stenosis can cause spinal cord issues, affecting limb coordination. Diagnosis requires assessing myelopathy due to spinal cord compression.
When nonsurgical treatments have failed to manage the symptoms caused by spinal stenosis, various surgical options may be considered.
Signs and symptoms of spinal stenosis can vary. An accurate diagnosis is needed to rule out other potential causes of pain and/or neurological deficits.
Spinal stenosis treatment options include exercise, activity modification, epidural injections, medication and spinal stenosis surgery.
Spine surgery is considered for synovial cysts if conservative treatments fail. It involves cyst removal and may include fusion.
Surgery for central canal stenosis aims to relieve pressure on the spinal cord. Consult a healthcare provider for options.
Symptoms of central canal stenosis vary based on location and severity, often causing pain, numbness, and weakness in the neck, arms, or lower body.
Cervical stenosis with myelopathy symptoms include neck pain, weakness, and problems with coordination and sensation.