What To Do With Lumbar Spinal Stenosis?

That is  an excellent question! Spine surgeons are not certain about the best route for spinal stenosis, yet conservative care is receiving more and more attention in the medical research! Back And Neck Care Center delivers non-surgical care that alleviates pain for Severna Park spinal stenosis sufferers. The Severna Park chiropractic patients dealing with spinal stenosis come to Back And Neck Care Center will find our care gentle and comfortable and applaud the research and procedures that are the pillars of its administration.
 
So what exactly is spinal stenosis? Spinal stenosis is the result of narrowing in the spinal canal area. For a good number of us lumbar spinal stenosis happens with age when erosion of the spine emerges. This may have to do with how the spinal elements originally developed at birth. (From time to time some people are born with narrow spinal canals.) Spinal stenosis could also be caused by a disc herniation that is implanting itself into the spinal canal, taking up the space that is intended for for the spinal nerves. No matter the cause, spinal stenosis’ narrowing is painful.
 
Surgeons discover spinal stenosis and offer surgical choices to broaden that narrowed space. There are many procedures from which you may choose. Decompressive surgery is one such example. It is a financially friendly choice for lumbar spinal stenosis, but surgical and conservative treatment approaches result in comparable quality of life at one year follow up. (1) Spinal stenosis can also be battled with spinal fusion. A Cochrane Database Review, a big deal in the world of research, reports that there is no significant difference at 6 months and 12 months post spine surgery for lumbar spinal stenosis. Cochrane pulled from 12,966 citations to conclude further that they have very little confidence to determine whether surgical or conservative care is better for lumbar spinal stenosis. They, therefore, offer no new clinical practice recommendations for doctors to follow. They do emphasize though that side-effects from surgery range from 10% to 24% and side effects from conservative care, 0%. There were no side effects from conservative care for lumbar spine stenosis in their review. Further, they report that there were no clear benefits seen with surgery versus no surgery. They warn clinicians to carefully inform patients about possible treatment options “especially given that conservative treatment options have results in no reported side effects.” (2)
 
Back And Neck Care Center's chiropractor diagnoses spinal stenosis and will offer chiropractic care and spinal manipulation to conservatively relieve the pain of spinal stenosis. Back And Neck Care Center is the place for Severna Park conservative care of back pain. Back And Neck Care Center uses the Cox Technic system of spinal manipulation to open the spinal canal area by 28%, allowing the nerves to breathe, and drop intradiscal pressures to as low as -192mmHg. (3,4)
 
If you suffer from pain due to lumbar spinal stenosis, contact Back And Neck Care Center, the Severna Park chiropractic practice for gentle relief of back pain. Back And Neck Care Center chiropractic care at Severna Park may definitely be the answer to the question of “what can I do about my spinal stenosis?” for you!
 
 
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