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Cervical and Lumbar Stenosis Treatment for Las Vegas, NV Patients

Spine Institute of Nevada has 20 years of experience providing exceptional medical care to those suffering from conditions impacting their back and neck. We offer our patients cervical and lumbar stenosis treatment at our Las Vegas, NV facilities. We treat patients throughout Nevada and the neighboring states. We combine expertise with state-of-the-art equipment to make an accurate diagnosis and arrive at an effective treatment plan. We are experts at treating various forms of stenosis and can restore your life to your pre-injury state. Our doctor trained with the Mayo Clinic and has used that experience to provide stellar care to his patients. Contact us today for more information.

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The Signs and Symptoms of Stenosis

There are two types of stenosis, and you can have both. Cervical stenosis impacts your neck, while lumbar stenosis affects your back. Stenosis – whether it impacts the cervical or lumbar regions of your spine – it occurs when space between your nerves becomes narrow. This narrowing puts pressure on the nerves that run down your spine to your arms and legs. In some cases, it is not noticeable. However, it can get worse. As it does, it can become a serious medical concern. There are several symptoms of stenosis, including:

  • Numb Legs, Arms, or Feet
  • Weak Muscles
  • Neck Pain
  • Tingling Sensations
  • Difficulty Standing & Walking

What Causes Lumbar and Cervical Stenosis

Unfortunately for many of our patients, numerous factors can cause stenosis. It is important to figure out what caused the issue before we can devise a plan for treating it. Some of the most common causes of stenosis include herniated discs, arthritis, bone fragments from injuries, and bone spurs.

How We Treat Spinal Stenosis

Fortunately, numerous treatments for stenosis exist. At Spine Institute of Nevada, we will figure out which one works best for you and get to work implementing that treatment. For example, we might utilize medications, therapy, injections, non-invasive, and surgery. Most importantly, we always select a course of action that makes sense for our patients rather than pursuing cookie-cutter solutions. If you believe you are suffering from stenosis, contact us today, and we’ll start your consultation.

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