Class iv laser for spinal stenosis


Spinal Stenosis is the condition in which space in the spinal canal, or the space where the nerves exiting the spinal cord is reduced. This reduction of space adds pressure on the nerves exiting the spinal cord or the spinal cord itself. As a result, the nerves can be compressed, causing various complications. Common symptoms of spinal stenosis include numbness and tingling, pain around the area, difficulty walking, stiffness and many others. Spinal stenosis can be caused by bone spurs, thickened ligament, disc herniations, age related wear and tear, and congenital stenosis (person is born with it). Spinal Stenosis usually affects a person after the age of 50 and is most commonly seen in the cervical (neck) and lumbar (low back) spines. But in other cases, anyone can experience spinal stenosis at any age. The symptoms also vary, depending upon the severity and the area that’s affected. Usually, spinal stenosis remains unnoticed in the initial stages as no symptoms appear. At Laser Center of Louisville, we use the state of art Summus class IV laser that has a specific spinal stenosis protocol to target the affected tissue to increase blood supply to damaged tissues and reduce pain and inflammation. Call us today at 502-290-7876 for your complimentary consultation and treatment!

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