Although it occurs anywhere on the spine, spinal stenosis is most often located in the spinal lumbar. It can be caused from injury, such as a car accident, but it is more than likely the result of aging when there is degeneration of the spinal canal or osteoarthritis.
RLS, or Restless Leg Syndrome is a fairly common disorder that millions of people suffer from, and is not a respecter of age, race or gender. Also known as Willis-Ekbom disease, it plagues 2-3% of adults.
What if your health problem is persisting despite doing all the right things?
There may be something you haven’t considered. There may be an emotional component to your complaint.
The dangers associated with spinal subluxations have been known for many years by Chiropractic healthcare professionals, and today’s technology has given us much more information about how harmful they are.
Most people seek chiropractic care or treatment when they are experiencing pain or after they have been injured.
Typically chiropractors treat spinal sublaxation, which basically means that there is a partial dislocation in the spine. Their treatments consist of manipulations or adjustments to the spine, with the goal in mind of not only relieving pain, but also of improving the way your body functions.
Thomas Edison once said: “The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.”