Spinal Stenosis Treatment With Breakthrough Corrective Methods

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The Best Spinal Stenosis Treatment In Malaysia

side view of spine showing causes of spinal stenosis

Our spinal stenosis treatment program is targeted to fix the root causes. It incorporates evidence-based corrective methods of chiropractic, advanced clinical physiotherapy, and breakthrough spine technology.

CSC’s clinical team of chiropractors & physiotherapists can fix and repair most of the causes of spinal stenosis. Therefore, before you opt for surgery or injections, contact our center. We are your best option for non-surgical relief from spinal canal stenosis.

What Is Spinal Stenosis (Canal Stenosis Or Spinal Canal Stenosis)?

Spinal stenosis (Spinal Canal Stenosis) occurs when the spinal canal (housing of the spinal cord) or spinal foraminal (the opening between the spinal bone where the nerves exit) reduces in size. Spinal canal stenosis has various forms. There are three types, Central canal stenosis, lateral stenosis, and foraminal stenosis. Foraminal stenosis is by far the most common form of spinal stenosis. For the most part, spinal stenosis is a developmental disorder that takes years. I

injuries, poor posture, and neglect of mild conditions are the leading causes of spinal stenosis. Our center’s spinal stenosis treatment focuses on repairing the subtle degenerative changes that took years or decades to develop. Chiropractic Specialty Center® has top chiropractors and physiotherapists for assessing and treating spinal stenosis. Contact our office today to learn about our proven non-surgical spinal stenosis treatment.

The most common denominator in spinal stenosis is the degenerative cascade. Risk factors for spinal stenosis increase with degenerative changes in bones, joints, ligaments, spinal discs, and muscles. The majority of patients that suffer from this disorder may be asymptomatic. Symptoms often start when the stenotic spine is stressed, damaged, or irritated. Pain and symptoms associated with spinal stenosis are similar to sciatica.

Pain and symptoms caused in spinal stenosis patients result from compression of either nerve, spinal cord, or both. The key to recovery is early diagnosis and targeted systems of treatment that address the cause. That is, our chiropractors will perform tests to diagnose the cause accurately.

 

 

 

 

 

Is there a difference between canal stenosis & spinal stenosis?

Canal stenosis and spinal stenosis are conditions descriptive of events that led to shrinkage and the size of either the spinal canal or the cervical neural foramina. Canal stenosis and spinal stenosis or caused by similar events but have distinct characteristics. As the name applies, canal stenosis is more specific to the spinal canal, which houses the spinal cord. Canal stenosis is a more direct term as it names the structure involved. In contrast, spinal stenosis is a loose term that describes the shrinkage of neural housing without clarifying a specific structure. Spinal stenosis can be at the intervertebral foramina or in the spinal canal.

What Causes Cervical Stenosis?

 The most common cause of cervical stenosis is premature wear and tear resulting from poor posture, injuries, or congenital issues, leading to arthritis, degenerative disc disease, and slipped discs. There are two forms of cervical stenosis:

  1. Central canal synopsis
  2. Foraminal stenosis

Cervical foraminal stenosis and central canal stenosis in the cervical spine result from spinal stenosis is the C4-C5, C5-C6, and C6-c7. The C5-C6 Is the most common location for cervical foraminal stenosis, and cervical canal stenosis is collectively referred to as spinal stenosis.

Cervical foraminal stenosis usually results from spondylosis, disc bulges, or herniation. Additionally, foraminal stenosis can also result in arthritis (bone spurs) at the cervical facet (joints of the neck) or the vertebral endplates.

What Are The Symptoms Of Cervical Spinal Stenosis?

 Symptoms of cervical spinal stenosis can vary depending on severity and location. Most patients with cervical spinal stenosis report neck pain, upper back pain, and radiating or shooting pains down the arms and into the hands. If the cervical stenosis is moderate, the patient may also report numbness, tingling, and burning sensations end the nick in the upper back and the upper extremities (shoulders, arms, hands, and fingers). Individuals with severe cervical spinal canal stenosis will also report neck and upper back pain that runs down the arms and legs. Moreover, severe cervical canal stenosis that compresses the cord often causes weakness and paralysis in both arms and legs.

What Causes Lumbar Spinal Stenosis?

 Sports injuries, poor posture, slips, and falls that were neglected or not adequately treated are primary causes of lumbar spinal stenosis. Spinal disc degeneration and slipped discs (Disc bulges and disc herniations) are impacting conditions in the development of stenosis. A mild slipped disc will not cause stenosis, but the likelihood of stenosis increases rapidly as the slipped disc progresses or becomes moderate. A moderate slip-disc is a condition that is often found in conjunction with other neck and back-related issues, including:

    1. Facet hypertrophy
    2. Ligamentum flavum hypertrophy
    3. Spondylolisthesis

To fix and repair spinal stenosis and the neck or lower back, you will need to address all related conditions, including facet hypertrophy, hypertrophy of ligamentum flavum, or spondylolisthesis.

What Are The Common Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Symptoms?

Back pain and leg pain are the most common symptoms of spinal stenosis in the lumbar spine. The most common site of spinal stenosis in the lumbar spine are the L3-l4, L4-L5, and L5-S1 motion segments. If the stenosis is severe, you may feel sciatica-like aches, pains, and numbness down one or both legs. Also, most patients report weakness in one or both legs with an inability to stand or walk for an extended time. In severe cases, loss of blow and bladder results. Another common condition resulting from canal stenosis is painful intercourse (especially in females) and erectile dysfunction in males. 

Cause & Effects Of Spinal Canal Shrinkage

Spinal Stenosis (Canal Shrinkage) is the gradual narrowing of the spinal canal and the vertebral foramina. Narrowing of the spinal canal results from disc degenerations, disc herniations/protrusions (slip disc AKA slipped disc), osteophytes (spinal bone spurs), and the thickening of ligamentum flavum or through a combination of one or more of these issues. Spinal Stenosis is a treatable non-surgically through our integrative spinal stenosis treatment that fixes and repairs the damage without surgery. We have helped thousands recover. Call one of our centers today for the best non-operative spinal stenosis treatment option.

Back pain, pain in the buttocks, or pain in the legs, along with weakness, is the most common symptom of a stenotic spine. The harshness of symptoms is dependent on the severity and degree of shrinkage in the spinal canal. Also, the degree of nerve compression within the foramina can significantly increase symptoms of spinal canal stenosis. However, other disorders can complicate the degree of symptoms of canal stenosis. Spinal canal shrinkage is a serious health condition.

Neglect or worsening can lead to life-altering disabilities. Minor spinal issues can become significantly painful in the presence of spinal canal stenosis or shrinkage.

spinal stenosis shownLumbar Stenosis (Shrinkage Of The Spinal Canal)

Lumbar stenosis is the most common type of spinal stenosis. It is only second to cervical stenosis. While lumbar spinal stenosis can occur at any segment, it is most common at the L4-L5 or the L5-S1 parts of the spine. Lumbar spinal stenosis treatments through our methods have helped thousands avoid surgery! Call us today to learn about our proven techniques.

The lumbar stenosis mimics symptoms of vascular insufficiency. Patients with vascular deficiencies may also have claudication. In vascular insufficiency, the pain lessens when sitting and worsen while walking. But, with lumbar spinal stenosis, pain is present in sitting and walking. However, lumbar stenosis patients complain of increased pain during sitting positions.

It is common for people diagnosed with lumbar spinal stenosis to experience relief of symptoms when seated. If the stenosis is severe, sitting will also be quite painful. Lumbar stenosis patients describe leg pain or fatigue with walking. Many will even describe increased tolerance or relief while leaning forward on a shopping cart, such as walking when flexed forward to walking. While lumbar spinal stenosis can occur at any segment, it is most common at the L4-L5 or the L5-S1 motion segments.

Can A Misaligned Vertebrae Cause Shrinkage Of The Spinal Canal Or The Intervertebral Foramina?

Misaligned vertebrae decrease vertebral foramina size (opening between the spinal bones and nerves exit). The degree of malfunction and pain is usually directly related to the severity of a misaligned vertebra. For this reason, minor misalignment can cause moderate to severe pain in individuals afflicted with spinal stenosis. Stenosis can occur in virtually every person. The severity of pain can vary from mild discomfort to debilitating back pain.

Bed rest, massage, physical therapy, and pain medications, including steroidal injections, have been prescribed. The effectiveness of these treatments has varied, often leaving a person with a loss of hope. Most live with the pain needlessly! The good news is our treatment will help you live a healthy, active life. We have the best spinal stenosis treatment program in Malaysia. Our clinical teams have produced excellent results. Most of our patients notice significant improvements within a couple of weeks. Learn more when you contact us.

Can You Get Shrinkage In The Spinal Canal Of The Neck (Cervical) OrIntervertebral Foramina (Openings Between Neck Bones)?

illustration of cervical stenosis (spinal stenosis in the neck)

Cervical stenosis (shrinkage of the spinal canal in the neck) is similar to lumbar stenosis but occurs in the neck. However, cervical stenosis can be more critical than lumbar stenosis. In cervical stenosis, the spinal cord can be compressed. Spinal cord compression in the neck can impact every cell and tissue from the neck to your toes. As such, it’s critical nature. Neck pain, shoulder pain, and pain in the shoulder blades are common symptoms.

At times, most symptoms are similar to a thoracic outlet syndrome or even have carpal tunnel-like symptoms. Therefore, an accurate diagnosis by our experts is needed to identify the cause. Our clinical teams, advanced methods, and technology can provide you with the non-surgical healing you need for an active life. Call us today. Our cervical spinal stenosis treatment can effectively eliminate your symptoms and give the lasting relief you need.

Can A Spinal Stenosis Paralyze You?

Patients with cervical stenosis often complain of various symptoms, including weakness in arms, legs, and trunk muscles. It can even cause organ disorders. In severe cases, it can cause arrhythmia and lung insufficiencies. Both lumbar and cervical stenosis are leading causes of paralysis. Therefore, head the warning and get targeted care early to avoid life-altering changes that are too difficult to cope with. Another name for spinal cord compression is myelopathy. Conservative care, such as those rendered in our centers, can help you avoid the perils of invasive surgical interventions. The earlier you start our corrective spinal stenosis treatment program, the better the chances for lasting relief.

Upper & Mid Canal Shrinkage

Lumbar and cervical stenosis are relatively common occurrences that neglect minor spine disorders. The upper and mid-back portions of the spine can also become stenotic. However, thoracic stenosis is rare. Degenerative changes, repeated trauma, and neglect are often the primary reasons for stenosis in the thoracic region. The thoracic stenosis conditions result from degenerative or traumatic events. Compression fractures (degenerative fractures) are the leading causes of thoracic spinal stenosis. The most common cause of degenerative fractures is osteoporosis.

At Chiropractic Specialty Center®, There Is Hope.

The most common causes of spinal canal stenosis are extruded discs, fragment discs, and ligamentum flavum hypertrophy. Surgeons always recommend spine surgery. Bu,t you don’t need spine surgery to recover from symptoms of spinal canal stenosis. Spine surgery performed for spinal canal stenosis is often through spine fusion. Spine fusion has the highest failure rate among the various forms of spine surgery. So, before you opt for neck surgery or back surgery (spine surgery), visit our center. We can provide you with better and lasting relief without going through neck surgery or back surgery.

Opt for the best spinal stenosis treatment in Malaysia by calling us today. We utilize State-of-the-Art technology (NSD Therapy®) to render specific and specialized therapies to bring about stability. NSD Therapy® is not a single method of treatment or treatment. It is an intelligent multi-prong system of collaborative care rendered by a team of chiropractors and physiotherapists together. This system has proven to help those who suffer from a slipped disc (slipped disc or disc herniation), spinal stenosis, sciatic nerve pain, degenerations, and arthritis. No system of care has proven more efficient compared to NSD Therapy®.

Chiropractic Specialty Center® Is The Only Center That Offers NSD Therapy®

The Goal of NSD Therapy® is to target specific sites and spinal segments that are damaged. It is designed to alleviate pressure off of the nerves. Treatments are painless and completed in a few short weeks. If you have neck pain, back pain, or slipped disc (disc herniations or protrusions), consider NSD Therapy®. Visit us and compare our therapy option(s) to others in town. We succeed when others fail. The spinal stenosis treatments given by our clinical chiropractors in Malaysia are targeted, effective, and better than the care you get elsewhere.

We succeed when others fail. Our successes result from our dedication to excellence in both chiropractic and physiotherapy. Thus, the clinical successes we achieve combine our technology and integrative therapy approaches to bring about results other centers cannot match in Malaysia. We are amendment when we say that we offer you the best chiropractic in Malaysia.

If you are in pain or suffer from stenosis, call us. Our chiropractors have the skills and advanced spine technology to offer you the best spinal stenosis treatment in Malaysia. Get spinal stenosis treatment with breakthrough corrective methods at Chiropractic Specialty Center® today; call us now!

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