Lumbar Stenosis: Symptoms & Causes




Dr. Ronald Tolchin, Medical Director of the Baptist Health Center for Spine Care, explains with a digital 3D model what lumbar stenosis is.
He describes that when nerves are compressed into a spinal canal, that condition is called lumbar spinal stenosis.
The specialist affirms when spinal stenosis advances to a moderate or severe degree, patients can feel numbness and weakness in their legs.

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