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Experiencing Back Pain Or Numbness? You May Be Suffering From Spinal Stenosis

Are you feeling pain, numbness or weakness in your back? Have you been having bowel or bladder trouble? You might be suffering from a condition called Spinal Stenosis. If you think this may be the case, then don’t waste any more time and call the offices of Back2Health. We offer 15-minute free phone consultations with our trained and award-winning team to get you on the road to a healthier you.

Back pain is no joke and leaving it untreated can have serious consequences. The good news is that most conditions that cause various types of back pain, numbness and/or weakness are easily treatable with the help of professional practitioners. Failing to address these symptoms can lead to chronic issues. In the case of Spinal Stenosis, it’s of the utmost importance to consult the experts before deciding how to proceed.

Back2Health is composed by an expert and award-winning team of professionals in chiropractic care, physical therapy, massage, and overall wellness. Call us today, free of charge, and discuss your symptoms with us. We’ll design a fully personalized treatment plan for you. Our staff is dedicated to providing unique solutions for each and every one of our patients with a whole-body approach.

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What Is Spinal Stenosis?

So now you’re probably wondering what Spinal Stenosis is. Well, to put it simply, it happens when the small spinal canal becomes compressed. The pinching of the nerves can cause numbness and pain in the affected area.
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Nerves that go through the spinal canal are highly susceptible to any movements and modifications to its structure and position. Having bad posture, injuries, whiplash, obesity, normal passing of time and even genetic preconditions can contribute to the compression and narrowing of the spinal canal, causing the crushing of nerves and damage to our spinal cords.

Compressed nerves cause numbness, pain, pinching, and overall weakness. Fortunately, there are plenty of treatments and techniques that can and will most definitely help you alleviate these symptoms and get you started on the path towards recovery. Leaving spinal stenosis untreated and unchecked may leave lasting and chronic consequences on your health.

General Causes Of Spinal Stenosis

So what leads to a condition of spinal stenosis? Well, many things. Let’s go over a list of the usual suspects that you and whoever treats you should be looking out for.
  • Being born with a small or narrow spinal canal, called congenital stenosis.
  • Natural aging of our organisms. Everyone over the age of 50 should be aware of this condition. Women are more susceptible.
  • Previous injuries or surgeries on your back.
  • Suffering from osteoarthritis.
  • Other diseases like inflammatory spondyloarthritis, spinal tumors or Paget’s disease.

How To Treat Spinal Stenosis

Now that we’ve gone through the definition of spinal stenosis and what can cause a body to develop this condition, it’s time for the good news: how to treat it. All of the treatments are available at Back2Health, and you can learn more about them by calling our office and getting your 15-minute free phone consultation. So call us today free of charge and let’s get you back on track to good health!

  • Physical Therapy:
This is the go-to practice when planning how to alleviate the symptoms stemming from spinal stenosis. A planned treatment route will include a carefully crafted list of controlled exercises designed to help your spine regain strength and get back to its normal state. You may notice that many of these exercises aren’t directed to your back muscles, but rather to your arms and legs. This is because one of the main goals when treating a compressed spinal canal is to recover your body’s balance and improve your posture.

  • Massage Therapy:
By implementing both Western and Eastern healing arts, Johanna M Barnes, voted the #1 masseuse in the Poconos, will help you on the road to recovery. She’s an esteemed member of the Back2Health team and is ready to start working you as soon as possible.
Her expertise and knowledge will not only amaze you, it will help you relieve your body of the pain it has been feeling. Her gentle hands will help your affected muscles regain their original state, and you’ll forget about the pain in no time.

  • Chiropractic Care:
One of the many uses of chiropractic care is treating injured backs. Spinal decompression therapy is one of the main treatments for your road Back2Health. Its ability to reposition your spine to a healthy state starts by helping your spine’s muscles regain strength in order to lead your back to a healthy position. Dr. Nathan and Beth Laubach’s expertise in this discipline and overall wellness will prove to be a mighty recipe for your recovery.
Call Us Today And Say ‘Bye Bye’ To Spinal Stenosis
Now that you know everything you need to in order to understand Spinal Stenosis, how it originates and how to treat it, the only thing left is to call Back2Health’s office and start receiving treatment from an award-winning team, named #1 chiropractor’s office in the Poconos for six years in a row. Don’t waste any more time and stop suffering! Take advantage of your 15-minute free phone consultation right now and schedule an appointment as soon as possible.

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