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What is the treatment of choice for spinal canal stenosis?

5 doctors weighed in
Dr. Paul Cohen
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: Conservative...

Depends upon the severity; physical therapy and anti-inflammatory medications to start.
..Epidural steroid injections as symptoms progress...And spinal surgery for severly progressive cases; which i advise trying to avoid at all costs.

In brief: Conservative...

Depends upon the severity; physical therapy and anti-inflammatory medications to start.
..Epidural steroid injections as symptoms progress...And spinal surgery for severly progressive cases; which i advise trying to avoid at all costs.
Dr. Paul Cohen
Dr. Paul Cohen
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Dr. Myles Greenberg
Emergency Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: MILD procedure

In addition to dr. Cohen's answer, there is a newer but proven procedure that is a minimally invasive alternative.
Have a look at the folowing website for more information: http://www.Mildprocedure.Com.

In brief: MILD procedure

In addition to dr. Cohen's answer, there is a newer but proven procedure that is a minimally invasive alternative.
Have a look at the folowing website for more information: http://www.Mildprocedure.Com.
Dr. Myles Greenberg
Dr. Myles Greenberg
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Dr. Morel Laronn
Internal Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Varies

Depending on severity and/or nerve impingment , from physiotherapy to release surgery.

In brief: Varies

Depending on severity and/or nerve impingment , from physiotherapy to release surgery.
Dr. Morel Laronn
Dr. Morel Laronn
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