Foraminal Stenosis

What is Foraminal Stenosis?

Thirty-three vertebrae make up the spine, and in between each one is a small opening called a foramen. The foreman allows nerves to pass from the spinal cord to other body parts. Sometimes, with age or injury, these openings can tighten or even close, causing a condition called foraminal stenosis. Types of Foraminal Stenosis The …

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