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Alternative Therapy For Spinal Stenosis
Several modalities: Each case should be approached differently. We can consider the following: chiropractic, both conventional and nucca, different forms of physical therapy, including spinal decompression, cold laser, arp wave, magnetic therapy. Drugs, shots and surgery are last resort. www.lifemedical.us. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Let me explain?: Spinal stenosis is a mechanical problem. Were the canal were the spinal cord pass through, for some if get tight this what we call spinal stenosis.I- nonsurgical treatment, could help(education, medicines to relieve pain and inflammation, exercise(stationary bike, weight loss, physical therapy. If did help surgery.Good luck. Thank you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I started physical therapy for spinal stenosis and it made the fasciculations, hip, chest pain that i had for 2 years go away. Why is that?
We should TALK!: I haven't got a clue...oh, I could come up with some very cerebral sounding answer as a neurologist and doctor of medicine but I'm more interested in knowing about what happened & can that be duplicated in anybody else? Doesn't sound like there are any down sides to the intervention. & even if it only helped one person; would it be worth it? I've got several TWITCHERS now who would follow you.... ...Read more
Several: You can learn some exercises at physical therapy aimed at opening up your spinal canal like williams flexion exercises while bike riding, rowing and walking up an inclined treadmill will give good cardio workouts without further narrowing your spinal canal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Surely...: There are a number of remedies for spinal stenosis; but none are miracle cures! check with your primary care physician before starting any new treatments/supplements; you may also need a good orthopedist and some imaging studies(xray, mri, etc) to obtain a baseline for the degree of your 'stenosis'. Physical therapy can help as well. Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have 5 disk with moderate to severe spinal stenosis failed physical therapy what should I do next can this paralyze me ?
Spinal stenosis : While paralysis would be especially rare, you can have significant loss of function with severe spinal stenosis. In some people, epidural steroid injections can help relieve pain. However, with multilevel severe spinal stenosis, I suggest seeing a spinal surgeon to evaluate and discuss options for your care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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