Pseudo-claudication; Central spinal stenosis; Foraminal spinal stenosis
When your back pain does not go away completely, or it gets more painful at times, learning to take care of your back at home and prevent repeat episodes of your back pain can help you avoid surgery. Your doctor and other health professionals will help you manage your pain and keep you as active as possible.
Generally, conservative management is encouraged. This involves the use of medications,...Read more
Even back pain caused by a spondylolisthesis and lumbar stenosis can be treated with physical therapy. Because spondylolisthesis and lumbar... Read more »
Dear Dr. Borigini,I have chronic lower back pain and hip pain related to a herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, stenosis, and... Read more »