Non-surgical Treatment for Spinal Stenosis

Doctor Jeffrey Wang talks about the non-surgical treatment options for cervical and lumbar spinal stenosis that can cause neck and low back pain.  Conservative, non-operative treatments are always tried first to reduce and manage pain and other symptoms. Rarely, is spine surgery necessary to treat the cause of spinal stenosis.

In this video presentation, Dr. Wang discusses the many different types of non-surgical treatment options available. Your treatment plan may involve one therapy or combine 2 or more treatments (eg, medication, physical therapy). Typical non-surgical treatments include medications, physical therapy, exercise, chiropractic care, acupuncture, and spinal injections.

Updated on: 04/12/18
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