Common Treatments for Spinal Stenosis

Exercise or Physical Therapy

Exercise is advised when the symptoms are mild. Exercise assists in reducing pans in the neck and lower back, making the muscles strong, providing balancing, and eradicating rigidity of patients.

Symptoms of Spinal stenosis can be reduced when there is an improvement in strength, agility, balance, flexibility spine stability. A physical therapist helps achieve this by organizing an exercise program. These. These exercises help strengthen the lumbar area of the back, the peritoneal muscle, and the core to make the spine stronger. Patients learn how to walk and stand to reduce the pressure on spinal nerves and cords by opening the spinal canal. This program is done for months, and when no improvement is seen, more sophisticated procedures are looked into.