Spinal Stenosis

spinal-stenosisOverview

Spinal stenosis results from new bone and soft tissue growth on the vertebrae which reduces the space in the spinal canal.  When the nerve roots are pinched, a painful burning, tingling and/or numbing sensation is felt from the lower back down to the legs and sometimes all the way to the feet.

Health Spine

In a healthy spine, the spinal canal has a rounded triangular shape that holds the spinal cord without pinching.  Nerve roots leave the spinal canal through openings called nerve root canals which are also free of obstruction.

Affected Spine

New bone growth within the spinal canal causes compression of the nerve roots, which leads to pain of spinal stenosis.

OrthoNeuro Physicians that Treat this Condition:

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    Ying Chen, DO

    Ying H. Chen, D.O., F.A.C.O.S.

    Neurosurgeon

    Spine Surgery
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    David K. Kim, M.D.

    Orthopedic Surgeon

    Spine Surgery
  •  

    Donald J. Rohl, D.O.

    Orthopedic Surgeon

    Spine Surgery
  •  

    Michael D. Skeels, D.O.

    Physiatrist

    Non-Surgical Spine Care
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    Daryl R. Sybert, D.O., FAOAO

    Orthopedic Surgeon

    Spine Surgery
  •  

    Larry T. Todd, D.O.

    Orthopedic Surgeon

    Spine Surgery

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