Spinal Stenosis Experts
Spinal Stenosis often goes unrecognised and put down to aging.
- Weakness, numbness or tingling, radicular pain. The most common symptom is numbness or tingling of the legs
- pain exacerbated by standing erect and walking downhill, alleviated by lying supine more than prone, sitting, squatting, and lumbar flexion
- 80% pain diminution with sitting and 75% with forward bending.
- Shopping Trolley eases pain and increases walking distance
- Buttock pain or leg pain
- Heaviness weakness, diffuse, intermittent, crampy, pins and needles in Legs
- Tiredness in legs on walking
- Neurogenic claudication
- Remember neurogenic and vascular claudication may occur together
- Can affect both legs
- Usually starts after age 50
Spinal Stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal
We offer advanced keyhole treatment for Spinal Stenosis
At the London Spine Unit we are specialists in Spinal Surgery as Day Surgery.
We undertake Keyhole Surgery for all causes of Spinal Surgery
Our Revolutionary techniques allow immediate pain free Mobility.