Many people suffer from spinal stenosis as they grow older, dealing with symptoms of nerve pain and incontinence makes their daily lives more difficult. Thankfully, neurosurgeons have perfected the process of minimally invasive spine surgery to help people with stenosis restore their mobility and continence. Life can be hard when you do not know when you are about to go to the bathroom, and resolving your spinal stenosis can take that pain away.
The symptoms of spinal stenosis are well documented; Aches, pains, numbness and tingling of the extremeties are all symptoms common to spinal stenosis. These symptoms are common of many issues, most of which will be followed back to a spinal problem. Neurosurgeons spend their entire time in school understanding the nervous system response to stimuli, and pain is one of those responses. They understand the numbness and tingling better than anyone could.
Neurologists and neurosurgeons are the foremost experts in the medical field on the central and peripheral nervous system. They know how our nerves respond to stimuli and how to diagnose and treat the problems that arise when nerves are impaired in any way. They spend years in school learning about how the mind functions in tandem with the body and how to repair those connections if they are broken. Neurosurgeons are probably the most studied and diligent doctors we have, simply because new discoveries are being made about the human mind on an almost daily basis. I cannot count any large interval of time between every news story I hear about an amazing discovery of the power of the human mind. If you are interested in learning more about neurosurgery and neurology and live in the Denver metropolitan area, you should call:
Boulder Neurological Associates
1155 Alpine Avenue