Spinal Stenosis

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What is Spinal Stenosis?

Spinal stenosis is a common back pain condition affecting the spinal cord and peripheral nerves. It tends to affect people as they get older.

In the spine there are canals that are formed by the vertebrae in which the spinal cord passes through the nerves branching off it. With arthritis, wear and tear, disc problems, fractures and injuries, the canals can become smaller. In fact, many of the vertebrae will change shape and even grow bone spurs into the canals due to abnormal stresses and strain on the spine!

If you or someone you care about is living with this condition, you know how limiting and difficult it can make everyday life.

Back In Motion Physical Therapy & Performance in Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Estero, FL offers physical therapy for spinal stenosis. Contact our clinic today to learn about our treatment options.

How Does a Physical Therapist Treat Spinal Stenosis?

Living with a condition such as spinal stenosis can prove to be very difficult and finding relief on your own is not always easy.

The good news is that with the right physical therapy treatment at Back In Motion Physical Therapy & Performance in Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Estero, FL, there is a lot that can be done to reinforce the vertebrae by strengthening the muscles around the spine. Furthermore, by improving motion in rigid areas of the spine, regular loads on the spine can be better distributed.

Fortunately, targeted physical therapy treatments, such as spinal manipulation, can help manage the symptoms of spinal stenosis and provide pain relief.

Spinal manipulation is a treatment method that has been known to relieve a large variety of painful conditions, including spinal stenosis and its accompanying symptoms. It is a gentle, hands-on form of manual therapy that focuses on evaluating and enhancing spinal function. Spinal manipulation helps relieve pressure on joints, reduce inflammation, and improve nerve function.

How Can I Avoid Developing Spinal Stenosis?

There are ways you can move your body to prevent this kind of condition from occurring and causing you problems, such as:

  • Avoiding activities that cause prolonged or repetitive extension of the spine, such as reaching behind you or overhead.
  • Practice hip strengthening exercises.
  • Avoid prolonged sitting, especially in slouched positions.
  • Have a physical therapist to assess your spinal strength and your overall movement abilities.

If Spinal Stenosis Isn't Treated, It Will Likely Get Worse…

If you or someone you love is living with spinal stenosis or experiencing symptoms and would like to find out for sure what their diagnosis is, call Back In Motion Physical Therapy & Performance in Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Estero, FL to schedule an assessment.

Our physical therapists are trained specialists who can assess a variety of movement limitations and create customized treatment plans aimed at helping you feel your best. Call our office today so that we can help you get your life back on track!

If you’re not quite ready to book an appointment but have unanswered questions about whether our services are right for you, we’d love to talk to you over the phone or in person. We call it our Free Discovery Visit. It could be that you also don’t know if we can help you, or maybe you’ve had a bad experience in the past.

Treatment Success Stories

Andre Nesfield

Lee Country Strikers Coach

Randy Henderson

Former Mayor of Fort Myers

Carol Glavich

Hip Pain Patient

What’s Your Next Step?

Take the next step today and get in contact with one of our staff members and let us help you with your spinal stenosis.

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