Cervical Spinal Stenosis Specialists in New Jersey

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Cervical Spinal Stenosis Specialist in New Jersey

Patients experiencing neck pain, numbing, or tingling sensation even at the shoulders and other extremities shouldn't wait long to consult with a spine specialist. What they may be dealing with here is cervical spinal stenosis.

Gramercy Pain Center is a pain management clinic located in Holmdel, Red Bank, Montclair, and Jersey City in New Jersey. Aside from offering a spinal stenosis treatment, our clinics are also open for patients experiencing chronic pain.

Welcome A Life Without Pain at Gramercy Pain Center

Muscle tenderness, neck pain, and other signs of weakness may be common signs of aging that many would just shrug off. But if we're dealing with chronic pain, you might want to get checked by cervical spinal stenosis specialists.

We offer an integrated spinal stenosis treatment with the help of our board-certified specialists. With our support staff and world-class services, patients will receive the utmost care on their road to pain management. Our solutions are tailor-fit for each patient depending on their medical conditions.

How We Treat Your Cervical Spinal Stenosis at Gramercy Pain Center

Cervical spinal stenosis is a chronic condition where the spinal nerve root passages and/or the spinal canal in the neck narrow down, resulting in the spinal nerves and/or spinal root becoming compressed. Patients with cervical stenosis may experience numbness, tingling, pain, and muscle weakness, which can worsen over time if left untreated.


There are different types of spinal stenosis: cervical spinal stenosis and lumbar spinal stenosis. To receive the most accurate treatment option for your condition, it's crucial to know the right spinal stenosis symptom.

Here are the symptoms of cervical spine stenosis:

  • neck pain
  • tingling or numbness of the extremities (below the location of the nerve compression)
  • muscle weakness in the extremities
  • problems with balance
  • loss of function in the hands, like problems with buttoning or writing
  • loss of bowel control or bladder in severe cases

Consult with a reliable spine center that can offer a wealth of solutions for your cervical stenosis, such as Gramercy Pain Center. From prescribing pain medications to offering surgical treatment, we work hard to give hope to patients.

Causes of Cervical Spinal Stenosis

Cervical spinal stenosis is caused by many reasons, but older patients have more risks of developing them--most of them have endured their neck pain for a long time, only to realize it's cervical stenosis.

Here are the causes of cervical spinal stenosis:

  • degeneration of anatomical structures due to aging
  • injury
  • poor posture
  • smoking
  • herniated disc
  • bone spur
  • spinal tumor
  • Paget's disease
  • thickened ligaments
  • osteoarthritis

Anything that can cause narrowing of spinal nerves or nerve compression can cause cervical and even lumbar spinal stenosis. Consult a spinal stenosis specialist to receive cervical spinal stenosis treatment.

How We Treat Cervical Spinal Stenosis

Gramercy Pain Center offers integrated cervical spinal stenosis treatment that aids patients to manage pain from their condition. With our different solutions, from physical therapy to spinal stenosis surgery, patients can expect the utmost spine care and services.

  • High-Quality Treatment
  • Board-Certified Experts
  • Caring and Compassionate Staff

Consult with our spine specialist to discuss your treatment option.

Diagnosing Your Condition

Simple neck pain can be anything--it can just be a strain from poor posture or an abnormality in the spinal cord or spinal column. Our spine specialist thoroughly screens your symptoms, medical history, and test results to arrive at an accurate diagnosis. This way, we can provide you with a tailor-fit treatment option.

  • Evaluation - our cervical spinal stenosis specialist will interview you to collect more details about your symptoms to rule out other possible spinal conditions, like lumbar stenosis. We will also screen if your symptoms have developed into a complication, like cervical myelopathy.
  • Imaging Tests - Imaging tests are necessary to = have an accurate picture of the state of your cervical spine.
    • MRI - this will show any spinal tumor, growth, or damage to your ligaments or discs.
    • CT Scan - this gives us a picture of your bones and soft tissues, which will reveal any damage or abnormality.
    • X-Ray - this test reveals any changes or abnormalities in the shape of your spinal column or vertebrae.

Our cervical spinal stenosis specialists strive to ensure patients an accurate diagnosis. If you're experiencing neck pain or any other symptoms related to your spinal cord or spinal column, schedule a consultation with us.

Treatment Plan for Your Cervical Spinal Stenosis

Gramercy Pain Center offers a comprehensive spinal stenosis treatment. It may range from nonsurgical procedures to more invasive solutions.

  • Pain medications
  • Physical therapy
  • Nonsurgical treatment
  • Spinal surgery
    • Anterior cervical discectomy
  • Minimally invasive spine surgery
    • Spinal fusion
  • Orthopedic surgery

As a spine center, we strive to deliver the utmost spine care for patients experiencing chronic conditions and pain. We are also highly trained in sports medicine, so patients who've had sports-related injuries may also receive physical therapy, nonsurgical treatment, and other solutions.

Treat Cervical Spinal Stenosis for Pain-Free Days

As a spine center, our priority is to help patients manage the pain from their chronic conditions and have a better quality of life.

  • Highly-Trained Staff
  • Priority for Patients
  • World-Class Treatment

Call Gramercy Pain Center for Your Cervical Spinal Stenosis Concerns

Cervical spinal stenosis may be marked by chronic pain that worsens if left untreated, but with the right treatment, patients may manage their discomfort and experience pain-free days. It all starts by scheduling a consultation with us by visiting our clinics or contacting our hotline.