Spinal canal stenosis is the following situation: the spinal canal becomes narrow, causing spinal nerve compression and friction. This usually leads to spinal pain and leg discomfort.
This disease usually affects elderly people, and it may lead to severe nerve damage, sudden paralysis, or progressive neurological deterioration. The usual causes include: facet joint degeneration, spine disc degeneration, congenital defects, bone calcification, spine injury.
Spinal canal stenosis can cause back pain, leg pain, thigh discomfort and other complications. The usual treatment options include: bed rest, anti-inflammatory medications, physical therapy, epidural injection, lumbar decompression, physiotherapy.