Also known as: Cervical spinal stenosis; Lumbar spinal stenosis
Providence Spine Services brings together a host of expert physicians, experienced nurses and highly skilled therapists to provide complete back and spine care to people who have back pain or who have suffered a back injury.
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Q: “My back problem seems to be getting progressively worse. I’ve been taking medication for the pain, but at what point should I consider surgery?”
Further testing often reveals that persistent pain has a treatable cause. – By J. Rafe Sales, M.D., orthopedic spine surgeon
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