Ask the chiropractor Orlando Spinal Stenosis patients turn to for non-surgical relief, and you’ll learn what you need to know to find relief like they did.
Dr. Faria, the chiropractor Orlando spinal stenosis patients trust for relief, wants you know understand this condition before you assume you have to undergo surgery. Spinal stenosis occurs when the small spine canal becomes constricted or compressed. This leads to a number of problems depending on which nerves of the spinal canal are affected.
The general symptoms of spinal stenosis include cramping, pain or numbness in the legs, back, neck, shoulders and/or arms. This condition also causes a loss of sensation in the extremities and, in rare cases, problems with the bladder or bowel function.
Those who are at a higher risk of developing spinal stenosis increases in those who are born with a narrow spinal canal, are female, are 50 years of age or older and have had previous injury or surgery of the spine.
Spinal stenosis can be caused by conditions such as osteoarthritis and bone spurs associated with aging, inflammatory spondyloarthritis, spinal tumors, trauma, Paget’s disease of the bone and previous surgery.
Usually, spinal stenosis can be treated with non-surgical therapies including exercise. There are medications and cortisone injections that can be used but they only provide temporary relief of the pain.
With severe and rare circumstances, surgery is needed to correct the disorder. But these surgeries can seriously affect the nerves to the bladder or the bowels and can lead to partial or complete urinary or fecal incontinence.
There is the Faria Method that provides help to those with herniated or bulging discs, lateral canal stenosis and facet syndrome. There is no surgery, no medication, and no injections needed to heal your back pain. This method is one reason Dr. Faria is the chiropractor Orlando patients trust to stop and prevent spinal stenosis.
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