Treatment of foraminal stenosis by neurovrtebral decompression
Foraminal stenosis is a common condition in patients with low back pain. This condition occurs when the spaces between the vertebrae narrow, thereby compressing the nerves that pass through these areas. Symptoms of foramenal stenosis can include lower back pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness in the legs. Although surgery is often considered the most effective treatment option, there is an increasingly popular non-surgical alternative called spinal decompression.
Non-surgical spinal decompression treatment
The spinal decompression is a treatment non-surgical used to treat spinal conditions including foraminal stenosis. The treatment involves the use of a traction table which gently stretches the spine, creating space between the vertebrae. This technique relieves pressure on compressed nerves and stimulates blood circulation in this area, thus promoting the healing process.
Spinal decompression is considered a non-invasive alternative to surgery, providing an effective and painless treatment for patients with foramenal stenosis. The treatment is also risk-free and can be performed on an outpatient basis, allowing patients to return to their normal activities immediately after the procedure.
Efficacy and safety of the treatment
Several studies have shown that spinal decompression is effective in relieving symptoms of foraminal stenosis. The results showed that the treatment can reduce the pain, numbness and weakness associated with the condition, improving patients' quality of life. Additionally, studies have also shown that spinal decompression is safe and has little to no side effects.
Conclusion: an effective alternative to surgery
Spinal decompression is an effective and safe non-surgical alternative for the treatment of foraminal stenosis. The treatment is non-invasive, painless and can be performed on an outpatient basis, allowing patients to resume normal activities immediately after the procedure. Study results have shown that spinal decompression is effective in relieving symptoms of foraminal stenosis, thus providing a viable alternative to surgery for patients with this condition.
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