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What are some non-surgical ways to deal with my spinal stenosis? 
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Dr. Thomas Byrnes
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Many little things
Doing things differently than you have been.
Pain management can be helpful if it helps you move more normally. Breathing slow and deep helps. Fast and shallow is hyperventilating which aggravates your pain experience. Gentle osteopathic manipulation (no cracking stuff! ) can help increase body awareness and ease of movement. Learning to unclench your jaw will help you learn 2 relax overall.

In brief: Many little things
Doing things differently than you have been.
Pain management can be helpful if it helps you move more normally. Breathing slow and deep helps. Fast and shallow is hyperventilating which aggravates your pain experience. Gentle osteopathic manipulation (no cracking stuff! ) can help increase body awareness and ease of movement. Learning to unclench your jaw will help you learn 2 relax overall.
Dr. Thomas Byrnes
Dr. Thomas Byrnes
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Dr. Thomas Dowling
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
In brief: Several
Activity modification, use of a 0 degree lordosis back brace, use of a cane or walker, medications, exercises/physical therapy as well as epidural steroid injections are all non surgical treatment options.

In brief: Several
Activity modification, use of a 0 degree lordosis back brace, use of a cane or walker, medications, exercises/physical therapy as well as epidural steroid injections are all non surgical treatment options.
Dr. Thomas Dowling
Dr. Thomas Dowling
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