About Spinal Stenosis
Spinal stenosis is a condition that causes narrowing of the spine. This occurrence puts pressure on the nerves within the spinal column, which causes pain, numbness, and muscle weakness. However, in some cases, patients may not experience any symptoms. Spinal stenosis is generally caused by the natural wear and tear that occurs with old age or habitual movements, such as bending or twisting. Tricity Pain Associates in Carrollton, Prosper, and McKinney, TX specializes in treating chronic pain that is caused by various health conditions or lifestyle factors, such as spinal stenosis. As we age, our bones begin to lose strength and integrity, which is why it's important to see a medical professional right away if you are noticing any changes in your mobility or pain in your back. Our gifted physicians are here to provide the high-quality care you deserve.
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Spinal Stenosis Treatment
There are several factors to consider when building your custom treatment plan, such as the severity of your condition, pain level, and medical history. Our first step will be to perform a thorough assessment and take x-rays of your spine to examine the affected area. From there, we can review all of your options. Typical treatments for spinal stenosis often include pain medication, physical therapy, steroid injections, and lumbar decompression. Our overall goal is to help decrease your pain and relieve some of the pressure that is being placed on the spinal nerves due to the structural changes of the spinal column. Some treatment options are more invasive than others, and if necessary, we may recommend surgery.
Don't let spinal stenosis keep you from living your best life. Call Tricity Pain Associates in Carrollton, Prosper, McKinney, or Irving, TX to set up a private consultation with one of our pain management specialists today.