It is recommended that non surgical spinal stenosis treatment should initially be attempted for 6-8 weeks. Spinal stenosis treatments may include physical therapy, exercise, medications, chiropractic adjustments, and acupuncture. At Atlantic Spine Center, we can help you design a treatment plan that we feel will effectively improve your symptoms.
At Atlantic Spine Center, we use advanced diagnostic tools and procedures to develop a treatment program to work with your specific condition. There are many things that may affect your treatment plan; the location of your spinal stenosis, the severity of your symptoms, and how long you've been experiencing them will all be considered when determining what spinal stenosis treatments will work for you.
In more severe or advanced cases of Spinal Stenosis, surgery may be recommended. There are a variety of procedures available depending on the location and nature of the narrowing. To find if surgery is necessary or which types are recommended, use our online Treatment Check Tool™.
When putting together a lumbar or cervical stenosis treatment plan, the condition of your spine and the impact your symptoms have on your daily life are taken into consideration, as some people will have severe symptoms while others with similar spinal narrowing will only experience mild symptoms of stenosis. With our guidance, you will receive proper treatment.
If conservative treatments fail to provide you with the right amount of relief, you may want to consider spinal stenosis surgery.