No. There are no real homeopathic treatments for anything. Homeopathy is not medicine. Practitioners have no real medical knowledge. Would you want your MD to practice 214-year-old medicine on you? Because that’s when homeopathy was invented. It's worse than worthless. Join the 21st century. Read “Homeopathy: The Ultimate Fake” at http://www.quackwatch.com/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/homeo.html.
Yes . First, only 15% of stenosis patients have progressive symptoms & 15% improve while the remainder stay the same. Simple treatment includes exercise with the spine in a flexed position such as biking or walking up an incline or rowing. Aquatic workouts can be helpful as can a brace with no lordosis built into it, .
None that work. Traction can help foraminal stenosis but not central canal stenosis tempory relief at best.