6 Spinal Stenosis Exercises To Help You Walk Longer

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Knee To Chest Exercises For Spinal Stenosis | Dr Ken Nakamura Downtown Toronto Chiropractor Do you want to learn the spinal stenosis exercises that can benefit you the most?   Do you have spinal stenosis in your lower back with lower back pain, buttock, thigh and leg pain?   Do you have trouble walking more than 10 minutes without bending over to get relief?   Would you like to know the Spinal Stenosis Exercises that could increase your walking distance perhaps even up to an hour?   First, if you have been diagnosed with spinal stenosis you should know, that exercises won’t cure you. The spinal stenosis exercises decrease your symptoms, but more importantly,[...]
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Disc Herniations Vs. Spinal Stenosis. What’s Causing My Sciatica?

By Dr Ken Nakamura+

Disc herniation Vs. Spinal Stenosis. Why Do I have Sciatica? Dr. Ken Nakamura Do you have sciatica?   Is your pain from a disc herniation or is it caused by spinal stenosis (trapped nerves in the spinal cord)?   Knowing the cause of your sciatica will determine the treatment for you, so it’s important to find out the true diagnosis.   Disc herniations and spinal stensosis are often misdiagnosed by chiropactors and medical doctors alike. It’s important to know the true cause as the treatments for each a quite different.   For example when you are diagnosed with a disc herniation you often need extension exercises, while with spinal stenosis you often need[...]
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7 Exercises For Your Spinal Stenosis, Lateral Stenosis & Why You Have Sciatica

By Dr Ken Nakamura+

Spinal Stenosis Comprehensive Guide: 5 Exercises For Your Spinal Stenosis & Lateral Stenosis: Toronto Downtown Chiropractor Do you have Spinal Stenosis or Lateral Stenosis causing lower back pain and sciatica?   Do you get leg pain that gets better when you use a shopping cart or when you sit down?    Have you been told that there is nothing you can do about spinal stenosis except for surgery?   In this issue of Bodi Empowerment.com I will go over the meaning of spinal stenosis, lateral stenosis, why you might be feeling leg pain, and finally seven exercises that are helpful for spinal stenosis.   Typically if you have spinal stensosis you have more pain with standing, which[...]
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Lower Back Spinal Stenosis: Is Your Treatment Right or Wrong?

By Dr Ken Nakamura+

Spinal Stenosis Is Your Treatment Right Or Wrong: Toronto Downtown Chiropractor Did you have an MRI telling you that you have a disc herniation or spinal stenosis (pinching of the nerve)?   Is your chiropractor or physiotherapist treating you for spinal stenosis found on your MRI or X-ray.   Your chiropractor or physiotherapist might be treating the wrong thing.  A surprising number of chiropractors, physiotherapist and medical doctors believe the MRI and X-ray reports more than their own findings. Most of them allow these reports to influence your treatments. You probably believe your health practitioner too especially when you can actually see the nerve being pinched on the MRI. Why wouldn’t[...]
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Sciatica: The 4 Best Exercises For People With Sciatica

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Lower Back Pain and Sciatica Are you frustrated with your sciatica?   Would you like to know the best ways to treat sciatica?   Keep reading to discover what your options are and how to do the exercises to help your chiropractor or physiotherapist through your treatment program. What is Sciatica?   Simply put, pinching of a nerve which causes pain into your buttock, down your thigh into the leg and sometimes into the foot.   The nerve can be pinched in 6 different spots. So if your medical doctor or chiropractor is telling you that you have sciatica, ask them to be more specific.[...]
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