Spinal Stenosis Won't Get Better With Time

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Finally — relief from back and leg pain caused by spinal stenosis!

If you experience leg pain, weakness or numbness in your lower legs and buttocks area or if that pain has also turned into lower back pain that can only be relieved by bending over or sitting down, you may have spinal stenosis.

And if you have spinal stenosis, you already know how bad it can be. Unfortunately, it won’t get better or go away over time. If anything, the leg pain and back pain will only get worse.

If you experience these symptoms, you should see a doctor – preferably an orthopedist or a neurosurgeon. The doctor will evaluate your symptoms and usually take x-rays or a MRI to determine the cause and severity of your symptoms.

Typical spinal stenosis treatment solutions begin with anti-inflammatory medicine, physical therapy or chiropractic care. In some cases, the doctor may recommend an epidural injection in the spine to relieve the pain. These injections may relieve the pain but it is only for a period of weeks or months.



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