SPINAL STENOSIS DOCTORS
Our spinal stenosis doctors at Spine and Wellness Centers of America pride themselves in using evidence based pain relief procedures to diagnose and treat spinal stenosis using Non-Surgical Treatments or Minimally Invasive pain relief techniques.
ABOUT SPINAL STENOSIS
Back pain is some of the worst pain that anyone can experience. However, it is all too common because your back is the part of the body that takes the most stress. Even if you don't have a strenuous job, your back takes the weight of your entire body and head. This can cause an all too common illness called stenosis. Spinal stenosis is painful and can be debilitating to your entire life. Consider getting treatment in Florida at the Spine and Wellness Center. They can help you get back on the road to a healthier lifestyle. If you are in immense amounts of pain they can help you with pain treatment and fixing your stenosis. As well as long term spinal care. If you are suffering from immense back pain consider that it might be stenosis and consider these facts about this debilitating disease.
Stenosis has been around for a long time because heavy labor is nothing new to the world. But what is new to the world relatively is concrete and lights. Back in the day, peoples day was done when the sun went down because there really wasn't a good way to light the work area. However, now days, large lighting systems are available and widely used. This means that the day can get longer and longer. Standing on concrete for work is more and more common. Standing on concrete is very hard on the back and body. This makes it more and more prevalent for stenosis to happen. The longer days and the damage done from standing on the concrete is too much for the body to handle.
What Is SPINAL Stenosis?
In your spine, there is a hole in which your cord runs. If for some reason this hole gets narrowed it causes stenosis. This issue causes great pain because it pinches the spinal cord. The spinal cord is filled with nerves that send all types of senses to the brain. If the problem continues on long enough, larger problems can occur such as major pain and becoming paralyzed. Spinal Stenosis has been around for a long time but in the recent years has become more prevalent.
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