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Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is common in back pain sufferers. It is seen more frequently athletes, physically demanding jobs, and elderly. Spinal stenosis may be in the neck, mid-back or low back. There are generally 2 types injury related or degenerative.


Spinal stenosis may cause just back or neck pain as well as accompanying arm pain or leg pain, numbness, or tingling. In the worst cases it can even create muscle weakness and atrophy.

Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the space that the spinal chord and/or nerves travel.

​Chiropractic and Cox Technique can help alleviate the pain and discomfort by...​​

  • Increasing the space for the spinal chord and nerves

  • taking tension off the nerves

  • reducing the amount of damaged tissue in the area

  • reducing the amount of inflammation in the area

  • improving movement

  • allowing the muscles to work properly

  • allowing the body to heal optimally

Why wait?

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