Have an abnormally narrow spinal canal, which
may be inherited or may develop in curvature of the spine (scoliosis).
genetic (inherited) disorder in which the bones of the
arms and legs don't grow to normal size and the vertebrae of the spine don't
grow normally (achondroplastic dwarfism).
Have had lower back
surgery, which may cause scarring that puts pressure on the spinal nerves.
Progressive spinal stenosis may occur, even after successful back
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