How to help Spinal Stenosis pain

September 20, 2021

Have you noticed a reduction of mobility in your spine?

A burning pain in the buttocks and down into the legs?

A pain in the back the back that can be worse in the morning?

If these problems affect you then you might have spinal stenosis.

Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the canal/gap where the nerves exit the spine, which can cause pressure on your spinal cord or the nerves that go from your spinal cord to your muscles.

Spinal stenosis can happen in any part of your spine but is most common in the lower back followed by the neck and is most commonly found in people over the age of 50.

Spinal stenosis can be caused by several factors but is most commonly caused by the wear and tear that goes with aging, as the intervertebral discs can degenerate and protrude backwards causing increased pressure on the gaps/canal causing them to become narrower.

Degeneration occurs most frequently at the L5-S1 vertebrae (where the spine meets the sacrum) because of its extensive load bearing nature. This can therefore cause irritation of the sciatic nerve, causing sciatica like symptoms.

Spinal stenosis

How can we help?

At The Art Of Healing we pride ourselves on our bespoke approach to  treating spinal stenosis.

We use a mixture of osteopathy, manual therapy, dry needling and the latest in orthopaedic and medical research for rehabilitation. Techniques that have helped hundreds of patients at our clinic suffering from spinal stenosis.

An example of this would be our new IDD machine (Intervertebral Differential Dynamics machine), which is a successful and trusted cost effective, non-surgical spinal decompression treatment for back pain, neck pain and related problems such as sciatica. It is particularly useful to sufferers of Spinal Stenosis.

Book a treatment today. We offer guaranteed same day hands on treatment with our expert team to give you relief from your symptoms and develop plans for future progression.

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