Symptoms of this disorder usually worsen when walking or standing and might decrease while lying down, sitting, or leaning forward. Its symptoms may also be associated with the compression of the microvascular structures carrying blood flow to the nerve roots. Some of the common symptoms are:
- Bouts of low back or neck pain.
- Mild discomfort in the lower back.
- Leg pain and weakness without having any back pain.
- Numbness, tingling, and weakness in the lower body.