The spine is the backbone of human body. The science is clear that the spine is not just a hard protective covering around soft delicate nerve structures with moveable segments and discs in between that allow the body to move. The spine is a Neuro-Spinal Organ that constantly sends critical input into the brain every nanosecond that we are alive. This occurs so that the brain and nervous system can properly assess and adapt to its environment for ultimate survival of the organism. So everyone should remember that a back problem is a brain problem

Stenosis can press on the spinal cord and nerves and cause pain and other symptoms. This can cause pain, numbness, weakness and many other problems throughout the body. Common examples include leg or arm pain when problems are related to the lower spine or neck.

Many of our patients suffer from the broad range of disease processes that can affect the spine, including degenerative conditions such as lumbar and cervical disc diseases and rheumatoid arthritis, compression syndromes, spinal cord and vertebral tumors, spurs, spinal cord malformations and trauma. The “slipped” discs will lead for a majority of back pain. It can cause permanent spinal cord injury. Myelopathy occurs from spinal stenosis that causes pressure on the spinal cord. If untreated, this can lead to significant and permanent nerve damage including paralysis.

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