Lumbar Stenosis

What is Lumbar Stenosis?

Lumbar stenosis refers to the narrowing of spaces within the spinal canal, which houses the spinal cord and nerve roots. When this space diminishes, it can lead to compression, irritation, or pinching of the spinal cord and nerves, resulting in issues like back pain. Various conditions and injuries can contribute to the development of a narrowed spinal canal, and although lumbar stenosis can affect anyone, it is more prevalent among individuals aged 50 and older. It most commonly impacts the lower back, involving the five lumbar vertebrae (L1 to L5).

If you suspect lumbar stenosis, Schneck is here to provide the expert guidance and support you need. Our team specializes in addressing spinal conditions and tailoring treatment plans to your unique situation. Don't hesitate to reach out for assistance and to explore how we can help you manage and alleviate the effects of lumbar stenosis.

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