The medical term spinal stenosis is derived from the ancient Greek word stenosis meaning (a narrowing). Spinal Stenosis is a bone disease of the spinal column that often leads to chronic back and neck pain. The spinal column contains components critical to the stable functioning of the back and neck including the spinal cord, nerve roots, and vertebrae. In simplest terms, spinal stenosis refers to the compression of the nerve roots or spinal cord due to the narrowing or impingement of the spinal canal. Pain from spinal stenosis compression often leads to chronic neck and back pain and can have a huge impact on the quality of life for patients who suffer from this condition.
Patients who contact a medical professional seeking treatment for stenosis of the spine typically suffer from different types of the condition: some examples are cervical spinal stenosis, lumbar spinal stenosis, and thoracic spinal stenosis. Cervical (neck) spinal stenosis occurs in the upper region of the spine, leading to a wide range of painful and dangerous symptoms for those who suffer from this condition. Lumbar spinal stenosis is caused by the compression of nerve roots in the lower back and often manifests as tingling, numbness or pain that radiates from the lower back and down to the buttocks or legs. Thoracic spinal stenosis occurs in the middle portion of the spine caused by a narrowing of the spinal canal in the thoracic region of the back, often limiting a patient's ability to move laterally or rotate.
Spinal stenosis is one of the most common causes of chronic neck and back pain in adults. Pain from spinal stenosis symptoms can severely restrict mobility and daily activity. The Bonati Spine Institute recommends that all patients suffering from chronic back and neck pain research their treatment options thoroughly. If you have been diagnosed with the condition, please visit our spinal stenosis treatments section and review some of the options available to those suffering from the condition. If you are experiencing back and neck pain, you may want to review the Causes of Spinal Stenosis section in order to learn more about spinal stenosis.
In the event you and your family decide to pursue spine surgery in order to treat your condition, we recommend that you review our spinal stenosis surgery section and consider the benefits of the Bonati Procedures for the spine vs. traditional open spine surgery.
The Bonati Spine Institute has been performing groundbreaking minimally invasive endoscopic laser spine surgery to treat spinal stenosis patients for 30 years. The Bonati procedures are performed using patented instruments in an outpatient setting and have been performed over 50,000 times with a success rate of over 90%. If you are considering spine surgery, please review our educational resources for your condition and the surgical procedures we utilize in order to treat spinal stenosis. Pain from spinal stenosis can be a thing of the past. Call or visit Bonati today to speak with someone about spinal stenosis.Learn more about spinal stenosis:
The Bonati Spine Institute advocates spinal stenosis patients to be well informed. We encourage you to contact us to request a no-obligation MRI review or discussion with one of our medical professionals. Find out why The Bonati Procedures are considered to be among the worldӳ best solutions for laser spine surgery.