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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    What is the recommended treatment for spinal stenosis?

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  • Osteopathy Australia is the peak body representing the interests of osteopaths, osteopathy as a profession and consumer's right to access osteopathic services. Osteopathy Australia represents … View Profile

    Since spinal canal stenosis is the result of degeneration of the joints of the spine it will also reduce general joint mobility and muscular flexibility in the low back and pelvic region. Osteopathy treatment will focus on improving this joint range of motion and muscular flexibility which may help with symptoms of spinal canal stenosis.

    Dr. Jason Stone (Osteopath)

    Wantirna Osteopathy

    161 Stud Road, Wantirna South, VIC

    P 9800 0388     F 9800 0045

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    A chiropractor of 20 years experience utilising the Network chiropractic technique which is gentle, relaxing and profoundly effective with no cracking/crunching of the spine. Network … View Profile

    When the spinal canal is reduced in diameter, the spine and surrounding tissue needs to be in the best state possible to minimise strain and tension. Network chiropractic is ideal for this. An appropriate supplement program over time may also assist.

    Depending on the particulars of the individual case, good relief may be acheived, or ongoing management may be required. SOme cases may have progressed too far for conservative measures to provide a significant benefit.

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