Long Term Effects of Spinal Stenosis

Cervical Spinal Stenosis

Reference Cedars Sinai

Unfortunately, virtually all adults suffer some degree of spinal stenosis as a natural result of aging. Stenosis literally means abnormal narrowing of a bodily canal or channel, in this case involving one or more of the spinal canal, intervertebral foramina (spaces between vertebrae) and/or nerve root canals. This can compress nerve roots and spinal nerves leading to myriad symptoms including lower back pain, pains in the lower extremities and neurogenic claudication. Long term this can severely affect quality of life.
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Spinal Stenosis Exercises

Spinal Stenosis Exercises

For many individuals, simple exercises for spinal stenosis can help alleviate some of the pain associated with spinal stenosis conditions. Whether you suffer from cervical or lumbar spinal stenosis and depending upon the severity of your condition (make sure you check with your doctor prior to doing any exercises) simple flexion exercises (forward bending) may be right for you.
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