Spinal Cord Tumour Treatment Options

Spinal cord tumours can cause back pain, neurological problems and temporary or permanent changes to mobility. Some people also experience loss of sensation to their arms and legs or muscle weakness, and your bladder or bowel function can also be affected. It's not always clear why some people develop spinal cord tumours, but genetics and environmental triggers are thought to play a role. A combination of diagnostic imaging and biopsy is required to diagnose a spinal cord tumour and establish its precise location and size. Read More