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Living Life in Back Pain? Consult the Right Back Pain Specialist 
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Spinal Stenosis Treatment – Common Back Injuries In Fort Worth, TX (817) 283-5252

Spinal Stenosis Fort Worth

Spinal stenosis is one of the most common terms when it comes to spinal care. The condition presents itself in the spinal column, where the spinal cord, nerve roots, and vertebrae are found. To put it simply, spinal stenosis refers to the narrowing of the spine. There are two common types of spinal stenosis:

Lumbar Spinal Stenosis – the lower part of the spine where spinal stenosis most commonly occurs

Cervical Spinal Stenosis – the neck region of the spine

Although there are different types of this condition, they tend to affect the body in a similar manner. The narrowing puts pressure on the spinal cord and nerve roots. Pressure in the lumbar region usually results in leg pain while pressure in the cervical area tends to cause neck pain. However, cervical stenosis has been known to present itself as pain in the legs as well.

The Symptoms Of Spinal Stenosis

The narrowing of the spine can present no symptoms in early stages. However, as the pressure is applied, there might be a slow progression of symptoms. More commonly, symptoms of spinal stenosis include numbness, cramping, weakness, and pain in the affected limbs. If there is pressure on the nerve root, the patient might feel pain radiating through the legs.

Patients with more severe spinal stenosis may suffer from foot disorders or may have problems with bladder and bowel function. These forms are far more rare, but symptoms can include loss of bowel and bladder control as well as pain, weakness, and even loss of feeling in one or both legs

Who Gets Spinal Stenosis?

Generally speaking, spinal stenosis is inherited. People who inherit this condition naturally have a smaller spinal canal. However, spinal stenosis can also be acquired, meaning that it develops over the years as the space in the spinal column reduces. This narrowing is normally the result of abnormal bone or tissue growth.

Trinity Orthopedics
4444 Heritage Trace Parkway, Ste 408
Keller, TX 76244
(817) 283-5252
http://trinityorthopedics.com/

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Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery – Shoulder Surgery In Fort Worth (817) 283-5252

Shoulder Surgery In Fort Worth

Dr. Iagulli, known as the Shoulder Pain Expert at Trinity Orthopedics, specializes in shoulder surgery as well as arthroscopy. He uses an arthroscope because it allows him to perform minimally invasive procedures on his patients so that they can recover quickly and get back to their lives as soon as possible.

Arthroscopic shoulder surgery involves a small camera attached to the end of a tube. The camera goes through a small stab incision, allowing the surgeon to view the shoulder joint as well as the structures surrounding it. This gives Dr. Iagulli the opportunity to more accurately diagnose the patient’s condition and either fix the problem or develop a proper treatment.

The Shoulder Surgery Process

Arthroscopic shoulder surgery is an outpatient procedure. The patient generally receives a nerve block with anesthesia that completely numbs the extremity. The patient might also be put under light sedation and sleep through the surgery. For Dr. Iagulli, the surgery is done in about an hour. Once the procedure is complete, the patient is allowed to go home. Usually the patient feels a fair amount of relief the day of the surgery from the nerve block done by the anesthesia, making recovery quite easy and smooth.

What Can I Expect After Shoulder Surgery?

With more invasive surgeries, full recovery can take several months. However, because arthroscopic shoulder surgery only involves a small incision, the patient can typically return to their normal routine and full activities as early as a couple weeks after the surgery is performed.

After the surgery, your Fort Worth orthopedic surgeon will help you develop a plan for physical therapy. This physical therapy regimen, and if necessary a pain management plan, will help you regain full use of your shoulder and extremity more quickly as well as prevent a relapse in the pathology or injury

Trinity Orthopedics
4444 Heritage Trace Parkway, Ste 408
Keller, TX 76244
(817) 283-5252
http://trinityorthopedics.com/

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Leave your painful past behind!

Trinity Orthopedics offers expert-led physical therapy to address all kinds of pain and injury. Our top-notch team of experienced physical therapists and orthopedic specialists will ensi=ure that you leave your pain behind and step into a happy, pain-free life. 

Call at 817-283-5252 to book an appointment with us, today!

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