I have spinalstenosis. Does thi just continue to progress. Iwas having trouble standing but felt better sitting and lying Now I am having pain most of the time and ambulating is difficult with pain ...
I have L4-5 posterior disc bulge with increasing central spinalstenosis and the AP canal diameter ... arthropathy at 4 more levels. I am most concerned about the stenosis. What can I expect the surgeon to do? ...
My MRI showed Degenerative Disc Disease, Severe SpinalStenosis, and a Herniated disc compressing thecal Sac. Pain is always present. Will i need surgery?
Welcome to Healthcare magic.
1. Depends on the stage of compression.
2.Initially its ortho suggest some non invasive things like, rest, excersises.
3.When its advanced stage operative procedure are done.
4.Nowadays least invasive interventional things came up so try if needed.
Any question ? don't hesitate. Thank you.
how serious is a MRI that shows mild to moderate cervical spinalstenosis and moderate bilateral neural fornaminal stenosis, is it common?
It is part of spinal degenerative changes which are very common. It is not lifethreatening if that's what you mean by serious, but it can cause pain and other bothersome symptoms which with aging tend to worsen and bring some disability. Treatment is with physiotherapy and pain killers, at times when spinal cord or painful nerve root compression not responsive to therapy surgery may be needed.
How can i get relief for spinalstenosis My legs get twisted with muscle spasms.
To comment upon that , I need to know your detailed history and want to see your MRI.
You may discuss with your doctor regarding using Baclofen for this purpose.