Spinal Stenosis

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“ Stand Tall With Confidence That You Will Gain Spinal Pain Relief! ” Don’t Let Spinal Stenosis Stop You

According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, spinal stenosis is a silent epidemic. It is estimated that 2.4 million Americans will suffer from spinal stenosis by 2021. Spinal stenosis occurs mostly in people 50 and over, but can occur in younger adults with a history of arthritis. What is spinal stenosis? Spinal Stenosis refers to the narrowing of the canals in your spine that are formed by the vertebrae. This narrowing can impinge on the nerves exiting your spine or the spinal cord itself. Symptoms can vary, but often include radiating pain to the back, buttocks and even legs. Furthermore, weakness and poor balance in the legs can often occur, making it difficult to tolerate walking long distances and prolonged standing. (continued inside)

Inside: • Don’t Let Spinal Stenosis Stop You

• Top 4 Ways To Relieve Stenosis

• Patient Success Spotlights

• Practice News


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