Spinal Stenosis

Spinal Stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal Canal.  The canal is really a long tube created by the hole or canal in the middle of each of the vertebrae. These vertebrae that form your spine are stacked on top of one another.

The canal gets smaller because parts that make up the front, back or sides of the canal start to grow, thicken or bulge into the open canal space. Similar to you standing on a garden hose the whole or space inside the hose gets smaller or stenotic (stenosis).

The spinal nerves that go to your legs are located in your canal and when the space becomes smaller it can pinch them. Patients complain of low back pain, along with pain, numbness and weakness in one or both legs with spinal stenosis. Commonly their pain is worse with standing and walking and relieved by bending over or sitting. The pain can become unrelenting and the mental and physical toll this puts on those who suffer with spinal stenosis should not be understated.

How Do We Treat Spinal Stenosis?

Because Spinal Stenosis can involve poor muscle support, spinal alignment, loss of normal low back curve (bad posture), spinal flexibility along with the other factors discussed above – an effective treatment program must address each of these problems. It must be obvious so you now why; spinal surgery is just not the best choice for most spinal stenosis patients.

At Macomb Spine Care, we know how to treat Spinal Stenosis. Our multidisciplinary approach incorporates state-of-the-art medical technology using Non-surgical spinal decompression, the finest healthcare expertise and comprehensive physical therapy to return you to a pain-free and active lifestyle.

Dr. Clark specializes in treating pain and the disorders that cause pain. Our Physiotherapists are experts in rehabilitation and will help you learn how you can help yourself recover from spinal stenosis. Whatever the cause of your neck or back pain, the professionals at Macomb Spine Care will diagnose and treat it using cutting-edge technology and the finest medical attention.

If you are experiencing lower back pain, please contact us to help relieve your pain and cure its cause.


Call today at 586-228-1500 or fill out our online contact form to schedule an appointment with Dr. Clark at Macomb Spine Care. We look forward to helping you achieve optimum wellness, eliminate pain and feel better.

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41060 Hayes Rd
Clinton Township, MI, 48038
Southeast Corner of 18 Mile & Hayes Road