While the term “stenosis” comes from Greek and means a “choking”, spinal stenosis, however, has little in common with choking. So what is spinal stenosis?
Strong hamstring muscles can reduce the strain on the structures in the spine and lessen pain in the lower back.
Sacroiliac joint problems can cause lower back pain and/or leg pain and is often treated first with chiropractic care.
Joint dysfunction in the spine can produce pain, and mobilizing the spine joints through manipulations (also called adjustments) can decrease that pain.
The term "subluxation" is used by doctors of chiropractic to depict the altered position of the vertebra and subsequent functional loss, which determines the location for the spinal manipulation.
Persistent leg pain that is aggravated by walking could be a sign of lumbar stenosis. Read more about how to diagnose this painful condition.
Axial pain represents the most common type of low back pain and is only found in the lower back - it does not extend to the buttocks or legs
The spine in the lower back has several unique characteristics that allow for normal motion, but are also prone to injury.
There are many aspects of Tai Chi theory which benefit people with back or neck pain. Posture, balance, muscle strength, and stress reduction are all benefits of this practice.
Pain from the sacroiliac joint needs two things: for the source of the pain to be identified and treated and for the pain to be treated as well.
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