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Is tightness associated with cervical spinal stenosis?
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Dr. Michael Bolesta
Orthopedic Surgery
5 doctors agree
In brief: Perhaps
If by tightness you mean the muscles of your arms or legs tighten on their own, there may be increased muscle tone, and that can be a sign of myelopathy, a condition associated with cervical canal stenosis.

In brief: Perhaps
If by tightness you mean the muscles of your arms or legs tighten on their own, there may be increased muscle tone, and that can be a sign of myelopathy, a condition associated with cervical canal stenosis.
Dr. Michael Bolesta
Dr. Michael Bolesta
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Dr. Thomas Dowling
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
2 doctors agree
In brief: It can be
Most stenosis in this region is secondary to degenerative changes that occur over time and can lead to restrictions of motion and be associated with muscle tightness.

In brief: It can be
Most stenosis in this region is secondary to degenerative changes that occur over time and can lead to restrictions of motion and be associated with muscle tightness.
Dr. Thomas Dowling
Dr. Thomas Dowling
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