Cervical spinal stenosis includes symptoms that tend to be caused by the spinal canal narrowing in the neck. The most common factors for this include age, injury, or degeneration. If the spinal canal does begin to narrow, it causes the spinal cord and nerve roots inside to be compressed.
Pain is the main symptom, with the neck, shoulders, arms, hands, or legs all affected. You may also notice that you feel weaker in your extremities or have lost some of your coordination.