Posted on Aug 10, 2023

Arrowhead Clinic - Duluth

Causes and Development of Spinal Stenosis

Many factors can cause Spinal Stenosis. In most cases, Spinal Stenosis is due to degenerative changes in the spine as we age and the subsequent transition to its structure and structural integrity. Therefore, those with chronic pain or injuries from sports or lifting heavy objects over their tender years may develop spinal arthritis earlier than expected.

Although not limited to aging, injuries like falls/trips or vehicular collisions affecting discs negatively can cause tissue breakdown leading to Spinal Stenosis pathology. Arthritis is one of the most common conditions leading to Spinal Stenosis since excessive inflammation can prompt soft tissue destruction over time.

Other conditions that cause spinal compression may also contribute to Spinal Stenosis, such as:

-Epidural Lipomatosis
-Paget's Disease
-Tumors (benign or cancerous)
-Congenital Canal Stenosis
-Herniated or Nonherniated Disc Protrusions

If you are experiencing pain or discomfort as a result of spinal stenosis, contact our Duluth Clinic right away to schedule a free consultation. 

Arrowhead Clinic - Duluth
2131 Pleasant Hill Rd UNIT 122, Duluth, GA 30096

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