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  • Physical Therapy

    If your spinal stenosis is not severe, there are alternatives to surgery that should be tried first. Many patients get pain relief and increased mobility through physical therapy, which utilizes special exercises and stretches specifically for stenosis.

  • Steroid Injections

    These strong anti-inflammatory shots can decrease the inflammation that may be exacerbating your spinal stenosis. They are a great first line of treatment.

  • Medication

    Our physicians may recommend taking a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug like naproxen or ibuprofen. 

  • Surgery

    In cases when this condition is interfering with your ability to perform daily tasks or where non-surgical treatments have not worked, spinal surgery may be suggested by your doctor. UHealth spine surgeons use minimally invasive surgical techniques whenever possible. After making a diagnosis based on a physical examination and diagnostic imaging, one of our spine experts will go over your individualized treatment plan.