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 What is spinal stenosis?

Answer Spinal stenosis is narrowing of the spine that normally occurs in the cervical and the lumbar spines (upper and lower spines). The narrowing puts pressure on the spinal cord or nerves around the co... Read More »
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What is foraminal stenosis?

You may not think about your spinal cord as the source of the numbness in your arms or legs. Your spinal cord, specifically, your foremen, in conjunction with age or musculoskeletal conditions can ... Read More »
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What is left foraminal stenosis?

Within your spine are passages called foramina. These openings are holes between your vertebrae where spinal nerves enter and exit as they travel to other parts of your body. When you suffer from f... Read More »
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What is spinal canal stenosis?

Spinal canal stenosis is a marked narrowing of the spine. Although any portion of the spine can be afflicted by stenosis, it is most commonly seen in the lumbar (lower) or thoracic (upper) regions ... Read More »
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What causes spinal stenosis?

Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of at least one area in your spine that places pressure on your nerves and spinal cord. Spinal stenosis can cause pain and/or loss of feeling in your shoulders, arms,... Read More »
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