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Stenosis

Stenosis

Your spinal cord consists of nerves that run through the vertebrae that make up this central component of your nervous system. When this canal narrows, it can lead to a medical condition called stenosis, which can compromise your quality of life. At Physicians Plus, we recognize the impact this painful condition can leave on your well-being.

Our team is committed to improving your well-being. Our team provides comprehensive care for individuals experiencing symptoms of stenosis, restoring their health through individualized treatment plans. Contact us today to discover how we can help you manage your stenosis symptoms.

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What Is Stenosis?

Stenosis is a medical condition characterized by the narrowing of spaces within the spine. This condition can lead to the compression of nerves and blood vessels, causing discomfort and potential complications. The constriction of these spaces may result from various factors or underlying medical conditions. This condition can affect different areas of the body, such as the neck, back, and shoulders, making it challenging to carry out everyday activities. Patients with stenosis may experience a significant drop in their overall well-being due to limited mobility, comfort, and quality of life.

Symptoms and Causes of Stenosis

Early stages of stenosis might not manifest noticeable symptoms. However, as the condition progresses, symptoms such as back pain, burning sensations extending into the buttocks and legs (sciatica), numbness or cramping in the legs, loss of sensation in the feet, and foot drop.

The most common cause of stenosis is osteoarthritis, a condition that results from gradual wear and tear of joints over time. Other factors contributing to stenosis include spinal injuries, herniated discs, abnormal growths, and certain bone diseases. Age-related degeneration can also lead to the development of stenosis, as can conditions like arthritis and scoliosis.

Our Approach to Managing Stenosis

At Physicians Plus, we specialize in treating stenosis and helping patients manage their symptoms. Our team adopts a comprehensive approach to devise personalized treatment plans for each patient. We offer a variety of services, including chiropractic care, physical rehabilitation, and massage therapy, to cater to the unique needs of individuals with stenosis.

Our treatment methods aim at alleviating pain, enhancing mobility, and improving overall function. We utilize scientifically-backed techniques to address the root causes of stenosis and promote healing. Our physicians excel in identifying the underlying cause of your symptoms and providing effective solutions.

Living Well with Stenosis

We believe in empowering our patients to live well despite their condition. We provide comprehensive patient education to help you understand your condition better and learn self-care techniques. Our team guides you through home exercises and offers advice on lifestyle modifications to manage your symptoms and prevent further deterioration.

Take Control of Your Health

Managing stenosis effectively involves understanding the condition, its causes, symptoms, and available treatments and actively participating in your care. If you’re experiencing stenosis symptoms, it’s crucial to seek professional help from experts at Physicians Plus. Our dedicated team is committed to providing personalized care and helping you live a pain-free life. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and take the first step toward effectively managing your stenosis.

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Can Chiropractic Help Me Manage My Headaches?
What Types of Treatments Do You Offer?

Physicians Plus is committed to treating patients using methods that consider your individual physical health. Every person has unique movement patterns that they may not even be aware of, along with their own personal health history. Using this information, our physicians can treat muscle pain, back pain, migraines, sports injuries and more at their root cause. We use various chiropractic techniques to relieve your symptoms, including the Graston Technique®, McKenzie Method® and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization®, to name a few.

What Causes Soft Tissue Injuries, and How Are They Treated?

Soft tissue injuries happen when the muscles, tendons or ligaments experience a trauma. Something as simple as a sprain or overusing a certain muscle group can lead to pronounced pain and other symptoms. Whether your pain occurs suddenly or gradually over time, our team can help. At Physicians Plus, we use the Fascial Distortion Model™ to treat soft tissue injuries and accelerate healing. This approach utilizes a full-body strategy to improve your pain while encouraging tissue repair.

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