Dr. Tracy Ellis Provides Relief From Spinal Stenosis
Posted Jun 01 2010 8:23am
In lumbar stenosis, the nerves in the lower back are compressed or “pinched”. Spinal stenosis pain in the neck (cervical spinal stenosis) can be far more dangerous by compressing the spinal cord. Spinal cord stenosis may lead to serious symptoms, including major body weakness or even paralysis.
Common Symptoms of Spinal Stenosis The most common symptoms of lumbar spinal stenosis include leg pain (sciatica) that may be accompanied by: • Low back pain, • Leg numbness and tingling, and/or • Limitations in walking.
Dr. Ellis’Spinal Decompression Therapy Program is designed to take the pressure off the compressed nerves by slowly and gently stretching the spine at a certain angle followed by cycles of partial relaxation.
This pattern, combined with the correct patient position, helps decompress the area of the spine with stenosis. The treatments are painless, non-surgical and take only minutes. Most people actually fall asleep during the 20 minute treatment. Non-surgical spinal decompression is a safe and effective treatment for herniated discs, bulging discs, pinched nerves, sciatica, radiating arm pain, degenerative disc disease and leg pain.
If you suffer from neck or back pain and you want to avoid surgery then Dr. Tracy Ellis’ Spinal Decompression Therapy Program may be the answer to your pain. Dr. Ellis’ Spinal Decompression Program is a painless, high tech, non-surgical treatment that combines Decompression Therapy, non-weight bearing exercises, and other therapies that promote rehabilitation of the spine. Every patient’s program is different depending on whether they suffer from arthritis, ‘bulging/herniated discs, spinal stenosis, sciatica or failed back surgeries
If you would like Dr. Ellis’ FREE 8 page report entitled Patient’s Guide To Eliminating Back Pain Quickly, Without Drugs Or Surgery mailed to you call 1-800-364-3795 toll free recorded message. We will mail your report within 24 hours. http://www.drtracyellis.com