Spinal Stenosis Treatment

Spinal Stenosis Treatment at Physicians Rehabilitation

Spinal stenosis treatment is among our many specialties at Physicians Rehabilitation, a leading-edge network of clinics that provide relief from chronic pain without the use of potentially addictive narcotics or major surgery. If you are one of the millions of Americans that suffer from persistent neck or back pain, we encourage you to visit Physicians Rehabilitation and learn about our advanced treatment options.

What is spinal stenosis?

Spinal stenosis, or spinal narrowing, is characterized by the narrowing of the spinal canal as a result of shifting vertebrae, a bone spur, a bulging disc, or another deformity in the spine caused by trauma or the natural aging process. Some people with spinal stenosis never have noticeable symptoms, while others experience debilitating pain that impacts their quality of life.

How does Physicians Rehabilitation treat spinal stenosis?

The first step toward successful spinal stenosis treatment is an accurate diagnosis. At Physicians Rehabilitation, we are equipped to precisely diagnose many types of neck and back pain. Once we have confirmed the exact source of your symptoms, we will get to work creating a comprehensive treatment plan to create more room in the spinal canal, relieve any nerve or spinal cord compression, and help you get back to life as quickly and safely as possible. Spinal stenosis treatment plans will vary, but many of our patients are able to find meaningful relief from their symptoms with a combination of treatments, including:

  • Spinal decompression with VAX-D
  • Physical therapy
  • Bracing
  • Minimally invasive nerve block procedures
  • Chiropractic care

Our board-certified physicians strategically administer treatment over the course of six to eight weeks, or about 15 visits. During that time, we truly get to know our patients and gain a better understanding of what causes them pain, which in turn, leads to more effective treatment and better outcomes. Contact Physicians

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