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After conservative tx (RX NSAIDs, PT, epidurals) for spinal stenosis what would be the next step?

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Dr. Layne Hermansen
Family Medicine
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In brief: Surgical Opinions

If you feel conservative attempts have been exhausted as you have listed, it's time to get two surgical consults.
You need these specialists to review your MRI, past treatments and current symptoms. Getting two opinions from two separate neurosurgeons will give you the best advice. I wish you well.

In brief: Surgical Opinions

If you feel conservative attempts have been exhausted as you have listed, it's time to get two surgical consults.
You need these specialists to review your MRI, past treatments and current symptoms. Getting two opinions from two separate neurosurgeons will give you the best advice. I wish you well.
Dr. Layne Hermansen
Dr. Layne Hermansen
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Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management

In brief: Go conservative

Most patients with spinal stenosis respond well to non-surgical treatments such as medications.

In brief: Go conservative

Most patients with spinal stenosis respond well to non-surgical treatments such as medications.
Dr. Paul Grin
Dr. Paul Grin
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