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Have periperal neuropathy & lumbar and cervical stenosis with nerve compression. Have numerous symptoms. Can you identify condition causing by type?

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Dr. Thomas Dowling
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
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In brief: Yes, you can have

A fairly good idea as to the etiology of various symptoms and findings as these are not that unusual to see in soneone your age.
Spinal stenosis can be found in 20% of population over 60 & tandem or stenosis in both cervical & lumbar regions is not infrequent. Neuropathy has many causes including age as well. See a neurologist or spine specialist to be properly evaluated- neuro or orthopaedic

In brief: Yes, you can have

A fairly good idea as to the etiology of various symptoms and findings as these are not that unusual to see in soneone your age.
Spinal stenosis can be found in 20% of population over 60 & tandem or stenosis in both cervical & lumbar regions is not infrequent. Neuropathy has many causes including age as well. See a neurologist or spine specialist to be properly evaluated- neuro or orthopaedic
Thank

In brief: Yes

History and exam, with perhaps an EMG study performed by an expert could divide out the specific contributions of each entity and maybe point to etiology of the peripheral neuropathy.
This is not rocket science, but maybe you might wish an academic center to sort out for you and recommend treatment.

In brief: Yes

History and exam, with perhaps an EMG study performed by an expert could divide out the specific contributions of each entity and maybe point to etiology of the peripheral neuropathy.
This is not rocket science, but maybe you might wish an academic center to sort out for you and recommend treatment.
Thank
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