Top 5 Exercises For Spinal Stenosis [Videos]

Low Back Pain with Radiating Pain in the Legs

Man with spinal stenosis

Has your low back been bothering you in recent weeks, months, even years? Do you have pain in your legs when you stand or walk? Maybe you’ve found yourself leaning forward to rest your arms on the grocery cart at the market. How about long outings where you know you’ll be stuck on your feet – been avoiding them? These are all signs that you may be experiencing Spinal Stenosis.

Let’s talk about what Spinal Stenosis is, what the outcomes look like, and five exercises you can start doing now to get moving in the right direction…

Chronic Neck Pain: 3 Steps To Relief

With Strengthening, Endurance, and Coordination

Woman with chronic neck pain

When your neck pain won’t go away – after you’ve tried the heat, the stretching, the rest, even the pills – there’s no need to take drastic measures and there’s no need to give up altogether. Although instant relief may not be within reach, the research all points to implementing a program of strengthening, endurance training, and coordination of key muscles in the neck to reduce chronic neck pain and to improve function.

Let’s explore all about chronic neck pain – typically referred to as a “sprain” or “strain” of the neck. In our case, we refer to it as Neck Pain with movement coordination impairments…

Lateral Epicondylalgia: What Is It and Can You Prevent It?

Scapular Strengthening For Tennis Elbow

Man with Lateral Epicondylalgia Tennis Elbow

Yes, you can get Tennis Elbow even if you’ve never picked up a racquet in your life. In fact, most patients that come and see me with the diagnosis of Tennis Elbow are baffled and assure me that they don’t play tennis. What then, could have led to this nagging elbow pain also known as Lateral Epicondylalgia and why does it last so long?

Let’s explore these questions and also see if there’s a way to potentially prevent this painful disorder from ever starting…