American Spine Center

Non-surgical Treatment for
Spine & Joint Pain

Non surgical treatment for Back, Neck, Knee and Shoulder

Cervical Spinal Stenosis

What is cervical spinal stenosis?

Cervical Spinal StenosisCervical spinal stenosis is the narrowing of the spinal canal in the neck. The seven vertebrae between the head and the chest make up the cervical spine. In cervical spinal stenosis, the spinal canal narrows and can squeeze and compress the nerve roots where they leave the spinal cord , or it may compress or damage the spinal cord itself. Squeezing the nerves and cord in the cervical spine can change how the spinal cord functions and cause pain, stiffness, numbness, or weakness in the neck, arms, and legs. It can also affect your control of your bowels and bladder.

Spinal Stenosis

What causes cervical spinal stenosis?

Cervical spinal stenosis is usually caused by age-related changes in the shape and size of the spinal canal and so is most common in people older than age 50. The aging process can cause a "bulging of the discs"-the spongy discs between the bones of the spine bulge out farther than normal-or a thickening of tissues that connect bones (ligaments). Aging can also lead to destruction of tissues that cover bones (cartilage) and excessive growth of the bones in joints. These conditions can narrow the spinal canal (spinal stenosis).

In rare cases, the spinal canal is narrowed from birth because of the way the bones are formed.

What are the symptoms of cervical spinal stenosis?

Many people older than age 50 have some narrowing of the spinal canal but do not have symptoms. Cervical spinal stenosis does not cause symptoms unless the spinal cord or nerves becomes squeezed. Symptoms usually develop gradually over a long period of time and may include: Stiffness, pain, numbness, or weakness in the neck, shoulders, arms, hands, or legs. Balance and coordination problems, such as shuffling or tripping while walking. Cervical spinal stenosis can be crippling if the spinal cord is damaged. Loss of bowel or bladder control

Non Surgical Treatment For Spine Conditions

AMERICAN SPINE CENTER’s 360 protocol is unique and supported by evidence based medicine. It has been formulated in our primary branch in the USA and implemented in other branches and has been updated since 1991.

We have successfully treated more than 50,000 patients with this protocol at our branches in U.S.A and GCC.

At American Spine Center we not only focus on treating the symptoms of the disease but also on the underlying root cause.

Our aim is to treat the patient as a whole with successful results.

AMERICAN SPINE CENTER’s 360 protocol is based on 4 key principles

  • Consultation & Education: The first step towards a successful treatment is consultation and education. This includes a detailed history and physical examination and review of previous records with the patient. At this stage our specialists will recommend the appropriate medication regimen.
  • Decompression Therapy: This treatment targets the disc to provide negative intra-discal pressure which improves blood flow and hydration of the affected disc. This creates a healing environment to improve spinal disease. Intervertebral Disc Decompression is an advanced non-surgical technology. It comprises of a series of treatment sessions that are specifically designed for each patient.
  • Non-Surgical Pain Procedures: These procedures are an integrated part of our successful protocol of non-surgical treatment, and it ensures success rates. A series of therapeutic injections are administered to very specific areas of the spine to alleviate pain that would otherwise interfere with daily life. Our Pain Physicians are skilled in using this advanced method of Pain Management with care and safety. We use C-ARM and ultrasound guide for precise placement of the needle for increased effectiveness and to avoid any potential side effect.
  • Nutrition & Wellness: We believe that the patient’s active participation in the treatment protocol produces long-lasting results. We review all conditions as well as risk factors. We address many issues; such as smoking cessation, overweight problems, ergonomic posture, and exercises that can fit into any lifestyle or schedule. Implementing these changes will improve the chances of long-lasting results so the patient can enjoy a normal active life.

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  • Practice Locations

    Dubai, UAE

    Dubai Healthcare City, Building No 27, Block C, Suite 301 P.O. Box: 99227, Dubai, U.A.E

    TOLL FREE UAE: 800-100-999
    Phone +971 4 454 1131
    Phone +971 50 857 4775
    Fax: +971 4 435 6169

    Clinic Timings: Saturday-Thursday 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM

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    United States Of America

    Sylacauga, AL
    120 South Anniston Ave. Sylacauga, AL 35150
    Phone (256) 249-5500

    Birmingham, AL
    7500 Hugh Daniel Dr., Suite 250, 35242
    Phone (205) 991-3300

    Talladega, AL
    202 Medical Office Park, Talladega, AL 35160
    Phone (256) 362-7009

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    Oman

    Ghala Heights, Mezzanine Floor
    Bldg. No. 68, Way No. 5007
    Ghala, Sultanate of Oman
    Phone +968 24593463 / 65/ 67
    Fax: +968 24593426

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