Treating spinal stenosis doesn't always mean surgery! With these easy at home exercises your blood flow will be increased to your back as well as strengthen the muscles around your spine at the same time! There are a few different workouts to target the different parts of the lumbar and cervical vertebra. Check them out here!
9 Exercises for Lumbar and Cervical Spinal Stenosis
The best exercises for spinal stenosis of the lower back focus on improving range of motion, strength, stability and endurance. Try these 9 exercises to help relieve your lumbar back pain caused by spinal stenosis. | BraceAbility
The low back is a problem area for a lot of people who sit too long in their office chair without moving. These are the best exercises to relieve low back pain either from being sedentary or from working out without proper stretching. #lowbackpain #backpain #backstretch
Prolotherapy for Spinal Stenosis, by tightening the capsular ligaments, Prolotherapy causes improvement of the vertebral alignment thereby increasing the space for nerve tissues including the spinal cord and nerve root.
The bones in the neck region of the spine, known as cervical vertebrae, are numbered 1 to 7 beginning from the top. Discs serve as cushions between the vertebrae. The C3 and C4 disc -- commonly noted as C3-C4 -- is between the third and fourth cervical vertebrae. When a disc tears, or herniates, its gel-like center is pushed outward and can exert...