Deuk Spine Institute is proud to work with patients in need of many different kinds of spinal stenosis pain relief. Some of our most advanced treatment options include physical therapy plans, injections, and surgery. If you or someone you know is suffering from severe pain associated with cervical, thoracic or lumbar spinal stenosis, Deuk Spine Institute can perform an advanced laser spinal stenosis surgery, which has over a 95% success rate. Many common medical websites, including sites such as WebMD, state that there is no cure for spinal stenosis, but Dr. Deuk, his team, and his results have proven them wrong time and time again.
Deuk Spine Institute sees patients from across the US and throughout the world to have their severe spinal stenosis treated using an advanced laser spinal stenosis surgery techniques.
What is Spinal Stenosis?
Spinal stenosis occurs when, usually due to the age of the body, the spinal canal narrows and puts pressure on the important spinal nerves. Spinal stenosis is called cervical stenosis when it occurs in the neck area, thoracic stenosis in the middle to upper part of the back, and lumbar stenosis in the lower back area. Narrowing can happen for several reasons, such as ligaments and cartilage thickening in the canal, or excessive bone growth simply causing the opening to become more slender over time. The risk of this problem increases as a patient passes 50 years of age, due in part to years of stress on the spine and the tendency of tissue and bone to become less sturdy or flexible with decades of repeated use. Bone disease or spinal injury may also be contributing factors in stenosis of the spine, in patients of any age.
Spinal stenosis diagnosis
Spinal stenosis is easily identifiable on a MRI, spinal narrowing appears just as it is described. With a characteristic narrowing of nerve passageways, we are able to see the source of such growth, whether it be a herniated disc, inflammation, bone spurs or brought on by spondylolisthesis. Typically patients do not seek treatment for spinal narrowing or spinal stenosis until radiculopathy sets in due to a nerve being pinched or compressed.
Spinal stenosis treatment
While temporary relief from spinal stenosis can be achieved by exercising and physical therapy, the pain associated with spinal stenosis often returns. For those patients with increasing pain and limitations, the best way to resolve the ongoing effects from stenosis of the spine is to consider Deuk Spine Institute’s minimally invasive laser spinal stenosis surgery. With no bone cutting, a short recovery period, and unmatched professionalism in spinal stenosis treatment, Deuk Spine Institute provides even the most nervous patient peace of mind when it comes to his or her recovery from spinal stenosis surgery.
Our well-trained staff is available to answer all spinal stenosis surgery questions and have a proven success rate of over 95%. Contact us today at 1-800-FIX-MY-BACK, and the pain you suffer from spinal stenosis can swiftly become a thing of the past.
Spinal stenosis (cervical)
Spinal stenosis (thoracic)
If you or a loved one are suffering from neck and back pain associated with spinal stenosis, contact Deuk Spine Institute today.