Welcome to the web's most in-depth spinal stenosis resource. Here, you can learn everything you need to know about the causes of central canal stenosis and its diversity of possible symptoms. This website also provides an entire section dealing with foraminal stenosis for patients with pinched nerves.
It is crucial to fully comprehend how stenosis is diagnosed and to research the best methods of spinal stenosis treatment for the cervical, thoracic and lumbar regions. We make this easy to accomplish with our comprehensive articles dedicated to every facet of stenosis care.
We have put together an unrivaled editorial board of spine experts who have so graciously donated their time to help all of you find the answers to your many stenosis-related questions. These medical and complementary healthcare professionals will assist you in learning more about all your spinal stenosis treatment options.
The navigation bar to the left contains all the main topics on this site. There are detailed sections on stenosis in the lower back, middle back and neck, as well as descriptive symptomatic expectations for each location. There are also valuable articles covering many conservative care methods, such as stenosis exercises, and invasive therapy options, such as injection treatments and stenosis surgery.
The goal of this web resource is to assist you to learning all about your diagnosis in order to help you to recover. The information here is designed to perfectly complement the relationship between you and your doctor and will provide ideas for discussion with your physician. Knowledge can be the most valuable tool for anyone who is stricken with chronic pain.
We truly hope to help all of you find effective spinal stenosis treatment, which will get you on the right path towards lasting relief. However, if we can help cure just one of you, then it is worth everything to us.
This website is completely free and always will be, so please, accept our invitation to explore and begin learning everything about vertebral canal stenosis.
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Please use this completely free resource to further your understanding of spinal and foraminal stenosis. The articles on this site are unique, since they are written by both patients and doctors.
Furthermore, our discussions take into account the physical and emotional considerations of stenosis, as well as cover the traditional, complementary and alternative approaches to care.
All the major site topics are included on the main navigation bar on the left side of the screen. This easy to use guide is included on every page of the website, so you will never get lost. We hope that you will care enough about your health to explore the entire site. The more you read, the better you will be able to help yourself.
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