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CERVICAL STENOSIS TREATMENT IN NOIDA: Get Relief from Pain and Improve Your Mobility

Dr. Aggarwal Physio Centre offers specialized cervical stenosis treatment, helping you regain your pain-free life.

Cervical Stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal in the neck. Various factors, including aging, arthritis, and injury, can cause it. Cervical Stenosis can cause various symptoms, like neck pain, headache, numbness and tingling in the arms and legs, and dizziness.

At Dr Aggarwal Physio Centre, we understand cervical Stenosis’s impact on your life. That’s why we offer specialised treatment programs to help you relieve your pain, improve your mobility, and prevent future flare-ups.


Let us know the causes of cervical Stenosis, including:

1. Degenerative Changes: Natural aging is the most common cause of cervical Stenosis. Over time, the discs and joints in the neck can degenerate, narrowing the cervical canal.

2. Herniated Discs: When the discs between the vertebrae in the cervical spine herniate or bulge, they can compress the spinal cord, causing Stenosis.

3. Bone Spurs (Osteophytes): The formation of bone spurs, also known as osteophytes, in the cervical spine can reduce the space within the spinal canal.

4. Trauma or Injury: A traumatic injury to the neck due to a car accident or a fall can damage the cervical spine and lead to Stenosis.

5. Congenital Factors: Some individuals may be born with a narrower spinal canal, making them more prone to cervical Stenosis as they age.

6. Inflammatory Conditions: Conditions like rheumatoid arthritis or ankylosing spondylitis can cause inflammation and eventually lead to the narrowing of the cervical canal.

7. Tumors or Abnormal Growths: Abnormal growths, whether benign or malignant, can encroach upon the spinal canal, causing Stenosis.

8. Thickened Ligaments: Thickening of the ligaments in the spine, such as the ligamentum flavum, can contribute to cervical Stenosis.

9. Medical Procedures: Certain medical procedures, such as cervical spine surgery, can inadvertently lead to scar tissue formation or changes in the anatomy that result in Stenosis.

10. Other Medical Conditions: Conditions like Paget’s disease and achondroplasia (a type of dwarfism) can also increase the risk of cervical Stenosis.


The symptoms of cervical Stenosis can vary depending on the degree of narrowing and the pressure exerted on the spinal cord.

  • Neck stiffness and pain
  • Weakness
  • Numbness
  • Tingling in the arms, hands, or legs
  • Difficulties with balance and coordination
  • Grinding noise or sensation when the neck is turned

Dr. Aggarwal Physio Centre Treatment Program for Cervical Stenosis

  • Comprehensive assessment to find out the causes of your pain
  • We use manual therapy techniques to reduce pain and inflammation
  • Strengthening and flexibility exercises to improve your range of motion and support your neck
  • Ergonomic advice and lifestyle changes to help you prevent future flare-ups


Cervical Stenosis is the narrowing of the cervical spinal canal, which can lead to spinal cord compression or nerve roots in the neck. There are two primary types of cervical Stenosis:

1. Central Cervical Stenosis: In central cervical Stenosis, the narrowing of the cervical spinal canal occurs in the centre of the spinal canal, primarily affecting the space around the spinal cord. This type of Stenosis can result from age-related degenerative changes, such as the thickening of ligaments, the formation of bone spurs, or the bulging of intervertebral discs into the spinal canal.

2. Foraminal (or Lateral) Cervical Stenosis: Foraminal Stenosis involves the narrowing of the neural foramen, which are small openings on each side of the spinal canal through which nerve roots exit the spinal cord and branch out to the rest of the body. Foraminal Stenosis can occur when these openings are compressed or narrowed. This Stenosis can result from herniated discs, bone spurs, or facet joint hypertrophy (enlargement).

In addition to these primary types, We can categorize cervical Stenosis based on its severity:

  1. Mild Cervical Stenosis: In mild cases, there is some narrowing of the cervical canal, but it may not cause significant symptoms or compression of the spinal cord or nerves.
  2. Moderate Cervical Stenosis: Moderate Stenosis involves a more significant narrowing of the cervical canal, leading to symptoms such as neck pain, numbness, weakness, or tingling in the arms and hands.
  3. Severe Cervical Stenosis: Severe Stenosis is characterized by a significant reduction in the size of the cervical canal, causing compression of the spinal cord or nerve roots. It can result in more pronounced symptoms, including difficulty with balance coordination, muscle weakness, and arm and hand sensation changes.

The specific type and severity of cervical Stenosis can vary from person to person and may require different treatment approaches.

Treatment options include conservative measures like physical therapy, pain management, and lifestyle modifications for mild cases.


Cervical Stenosis is often associated with age-related degenerative changes and other factors that may not be entirely preventable. However, several strategies and lifestyle choices can help reduce the risk of developing cervical Stenosis or slow down its progression:

1. Maintain Good Posture: Proper posture can help reduce strain on your neck and spine. When sitting or standing, keep your back straight, shoulders back, and head in a neutral position.

2. Exercise Regularly: Regular physical activity is helpful to strengthen the muscles supporting your spine. Do exercises that promote flexibility, strength, and good posture, such as yoga, Pilates, and core-strengthening exercises.

3. Stay Active: Avoid long periods of inactivity, such as sitting or standing in one position for extended periods. Take breaks to stretch and move around, especially if you have a sedentary job.

4. Use Ergonomic Equipment: If you have a desk job or spend a lot of time working on a computer, use ergonomic chairs and equipment that support good posture and reduce strain on your neck and back.

5. Lift Properly: When lifting heavy objects, use proper lifting techniques. Bend your knees, keep your back straight while lifting, and avoid twisting your spine.

6. Maintain a Healthy Weight: Excess body weight can stress your spine more and increase the risk of degenerative changes. Monitor your weight through a balanced diet and regular exercise can help reduce this risk.

7. Avoid Smoking: Smoking accelerates degeneration of the spinal discs. Quitting smoking can have a positive impact on spinal health.

8. Stay Hydrated: Hydration is important for maintaining the health of your spinal discs. Drinking plenty of water helps keep the discs hydrated and functioning optimally.

9. Use Caution in Sports and Activities: If you engage in high-impact sports or activities with a risk of neck injury, such as football or gymnastics, take precautions to minimize the risk of injury and wear appropriate protective gear.

10. Seek Medical Advice: If you have a family history of cervical Stenosis or are experiencing symptoms of neck pain, numbness, or weakness, consult a healthcare professional for evaluation and guidance. Early detection and appropriate treatment can help manage the condition and prevent it from worsening.

It’s important to note that while these strategies can help reduce the risk of cervical Stenosis, some factors, such as genetic predisposition and the natural aging process, may still contribute to its development. Regular check-ups with the healthcare provider can help monitor your spinal health and address any concerns as they arise.

Dr Aggarwal Physio Centre refers to the below Exercises for cervical Stenosis.

Exercise 1: 


This exercise is helpful to stretch the muscles in your neck.

To do this exercise:

  • Sit or stand up straight.
  • Slowly tilt your head to the right side until you feel a mild stretch in the left side of your neck.
  • Hold this position for 10 seconds.
  • Repeat steps 2-3 on the other side.

Exercise 2: 


This exercise is helpful to strengthen the muscles in the front of your neck.

To do this exercise:

  • Sit or stand up straight.
  • Slowly tuck your chin to your chest until you feel a stretch in the back of your neck.
  • Hold this position for 5 seconds.
  • Return to the starting position.
  • Repeat steps 2-4 for 10-15 repetitions.

Exercise 3: 


This exercise is helpful to stretch the muscles in your neck and shoulders.

To do this exercise:

  • Stand up straight with your arms at your sides.
  • Slowly roll your shoulders forward in a circular motion for 10 repetitions.
  • Reverse the direction of the roll and roll your shoulders backward for 10 repetitions.

Cervical Stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal in the neck that can cause pain, numbness, and weakness. Early diagnosis and treatment are essential for a good outcome.

Dr. Aggarwal Physio Centre in Noida offers comprehensive treatment for cervical Stenosis, including physical therapy. Our experienced physiotherapists can develop a personalized treatment plan to help you manage your pain and improve your quality of life.

If you are experiencing symptoms of cervical Stenosis, schedule an appointment with Dr. Aggarwal Physio Centre in Noida today for a consultation.