Cervical stenosis has a spinal canal that, usually over time, has become too small for the spinal cord and nerve roots, which can pinch nerves or damage the spinal cord. Contributing factors include too-short bones forming the sides of the spinal canal and the growth of a spinal ligament. Symptoms include neck pain, pain in the arms or hands, and numbness.
Treatments We Provide
Among the treatments we provide for cervical stenosis are exercise, stretching, and massage. Mild Cervical stenosis physical therapy starts with improving flexibility in the neck, arms and legs through stretching exercises. It is also important to increase circulation and develop endurance in the arms and legs with cardiovascular exercises such as swimming and treadmill exercises.