DAVE WATTS, MD
Cervical & Lumbar Stenosis
The injury of Cervical Stenosis is the result of traumas, injuries, or diseases. This condition results in severe pain which can radiate to other parts of the body like arms and hands. Sometimes, the severity of this problem can cause a lot of pressure on the spinal cord, making it entirely dysfunctional.
Common Causes of Cervical Stenosis
Some of the most common causes of Cervical Stenosis including.
The loss of function also called paraplegia.
The feeling of needless sensation, tingling or numbness.
Pain in the upper body area or weakness.
Poor or worsened hand coordination.
Symptoms of Cervical Stenosis
These are the symptoms commonly associated with Cervical Stenosis.
Herniated Nucleus Pulposus caused by an injury to the central core of the disc pushing through the tear in the outer layer of the disc.
Spondylolysis is a back and neck injury, slipping one vertebra over the other.
Spondylolysis is a result of the extreme sports activities caused due to extreme sports like pole-vaulting, football, and gymnastics.
Musculoligamentous Strain is caused due to injury to the soft tissue.