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Spinal Stenosis: Options

Posted by Andrea Hamel

November 14, 2017 at 9:41 AM

Many individuals with spinal stenosis have a similar story. At some point they began to have pain, numbness or tingling--usually in their legs and feet, but occasionally in their shoulders and arms. If they laid down or stretched their back, the symptoms would go away. They attributed it to aging or stress or bad genetics. But then the pain and numbness and tingling got worse. It hindered them from sleeping at night. It was difficult for them to sit for long periods. The feeling in their legs would disappear and they would collapse. At this point, they decided a visit to the doctor might be a good idea. 

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Topics: back pain, back injuries, spinal stenosis

Finding a Treatment for your Spinal Stenosis

Posted by Andrea Hamel

November 7, 2017 at 9:10 AM

Back pain can be debilitating, which is why finding a treatment for your back injuries and pain is crucial. Especially when you live with the daily aches and pain of spinal stenosis, it's important to try to find ways to help.

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Topics: back injuries, spinal stenosis

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