Don't jump out of your skin just yet, Kelsey.
See what the Doc has to say. It might not be anything.
There wasn't any mention of foraminal problems, which is good. The nerves vent from the spinal cord via the foramen, and arthritis (bone growths) pressing on the nerves cause problems for many, many people.
The report gives very little information about the stenosis (narrowed spinal canal) itself. Even when the arthritic bone growths begin to compress the cord itself, there are varying degrees of stenosis.
A good Dr. will match the test, your symptoms, and a clinical exam to provide you with answers or, in some cases, non-answers. Come back and let us know how it goes!