Surgical. If you have spinal stenosis that require surgery, then a laminectomy is usually the type of surgery that would resolve the tightness. If you have a room that is full of people, and you want to make the room bigger you take the roof off. Essentially the lamina is the roof of the spinal canal and this can be removed to make more room for the spinal nerve elements.
Removing pressure. By removing pressure on the spinal cord (discs, tumors etc (the normal function restored provided there was no permanent damage done to the cord while under pressure.
Traction. Some people get an inversion table to mimic the effects of spinal traction or you can get a traction apparatus to try and decompress nerve elements.
Do not waste your. Money on a repackaged form of traction. If you want to try something that you can own for a fraction of the price, try an inversion table. There is no scientific literature that supports any spinal decompression system. Bulging discs are not abnormal and herniated disc symptoms may be temporarily decreased with traction.
Variable results. Spinal decompression machines typically apply traction to the spine. This can be a very helpful modality to relieve pain radiating into the upper and lower extremities by temporarily "decompressing" the pinched nerves. Unfortunately, sometimes the relief is only temporary.
Since 90% of disc. Herniations get better over time without surgery, anyone can claim a 90% success rate including this spinal decompression therapy so don't spend any money on it! A cheaper form of this traction is an inversion table which you can buy at a fraction of the cost and is yours to keep and use at any time.
I do not understad? If understand correctly you diagnosed with spinal stenosis? If that correct? This a mechinal problem? How could relief that at home? You could minimize it by stopping the aggravation factors, log standing, heavy lifting, strenuous activity.
Use a innversion. Table to achieve the traction effect of spinal decompression.
Arm or leg pain. Assuming you mean surgical decompression, the best indications are arm pain (neck disk or bone spur) and leg pain (low back disk or bone spur). Besides pain, nerve pressure can cause muscle weakness, numbness, or tingling.
No one unless they. Treat you for free as it offers no benefit over any other treatment done non-operatively.
Depends. Depends on how long ago the surgery was and if he has cleared the normal post op course. Once cleared from a surgical point of view it should pose no problems flying in a pressurized plane.
Yes with the. Yes, once cleared by surgeon, there should be no issues. The clearance is mainly to see that there are no post op issues like wound healing issue or infection, a lung issue including pneumonia or urinary issue including infection. Carrying or lifting baggage may be restricted for several weeks based on extent of surgical incision. If you are talking about a traction treatment, there is no issue.
Traction. By spinal decompression I will assume that you mean traction, such as using a vax-d or similar machine. The concept of traction is to restore lost disc height, which can result in improved spinal canal diameter and reduced nerve pinching. The problem with traction is that it is often temporary - in other words, once out of traction, the spine gradually settles back to its original state.