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Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Treatment Outcomes: Exercise = Surgery

What succeeds for New Roads back pain relief due to lumbar spinal stenosis, exercise or decompression laminectomy surgery? Both…equally…says a new study! (1) New Roads chiropractic patients would assume New Roads Chiropractic Center to stress chiropractic care for lumbar spinal stenosis. New Roads Chiropractic Center agrees! New Roads chiropractic care consists of many forms of non-surgical care like exercise and nutrition and New Roads spinal manipulation. New Roads Chiropractic Center offers New Roads conservative care that is evidence-based and recorded to work to ease New Roads back pain for our New Roads back pain patients.


Treatment of lumbar spine stenosis usually is influenced by the seriousness of symptoms the patient has. If there aren’t any traces of severe motor changes or bowel or urinary changes, New Roads conservative care is first line of care. Patients with severe intermittent claudication who find relief with conservative treatment still require special attention as this disorder is a risk factor for poorer outcomes. (2) Your New Roads chiropractor observes cautiously for these issues that are very rare fortunately! New Roads Chiropractic Center gently and effectively cares for lumbar spinal stenosis.


Lumbar spinal stenosis is a familiar spinal condition in older New Roads adults. As we age, disc and cartilage degenerate. When discs degenerate, the vertebral bones they separate and support grow closer together and cause pain. Spinal stenosis may produce significant trouble for people with walking and other daily activities for which non-surgical care is many times positive for getting them to walk better and perform their everyday activities as desired.  (3) New Roads Chiropractic Center helps relieve spinal stenosis related back pain for New Roads chiropractic patients.


Lumbar spinal stenosis patients want relief and are ready to do their part! Australian chiropractors report that they use diversified manipulation for several conditions but chose flexion distraction (Cox Technic) for lumbar disc syndrome with radiculopathy and lumbar central stenosis. Soft tissue and exercise suggestions were implemented a great deal, too.  (4) Not astonishingly, New Roads chiropractic patients with spinal stenosis favor treatment plans that are customized to them specifically and their own specific impairments and limitations. They are eager to be trained in and do self-care so as to not have to visit healthcare providers so much. In one study patients say that medical care was most often associated with minimal to no effect on pain! Patients stated that exercise improved their pain level and function but realized that these changes to be impermanent. What does that mean? New Roads patients with lumbar spinal stenosis need to commit to exercise all the time not just when experiencing pain. (3) New Roads Chiropractic Center is the biggest cheerleader of New Roads chiropractic patients who want to take care of themselves with New Roads exercise!

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Schedule a New Roads chiropractic appointment at New Roads Chiropractic Center today  for a customized chiropractic treatment plan especially for your New Roads back pain that surely will incorporate recommended exercises you can do to help yourself in an effort to avoid New Roads spinal surgery since exercise is shown to generate equal outcomes to decompression laminectomy surgery! 

Exercise for back pain relief equals decompression laminectomy surgery for lumbar spinal stenosis. New Roads Chiropractic Center adds exercise to the chiropractic treatment plan! 
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