Homeopathy Medicine for Spinal Stenosis
Spinal stenosis, which most frequently affects the lower back and the neck, is a narrowing of the spaces within the spine that may put pressure on the spinal nerves.
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TYPES OF SPINAL STENOSIS
According to the location of the condition on the spine, different types of spinal stenosis are categorized.
- Cervical stenosis.The neck region of the spine narrows as a result of this condition.
- Lumbar stenosis.It is the most prevalent type of spinal stenosis, and it causes a narrowing of the lower back portion of the spine.
SYMPTOMS OF SPINAL STENOSIS
In the neck (cervical spine)
- tingling or numbness in the hands, arms, feet, or legs
- a hand, an arm, a foot, or a leg weakness
- balance and walking issues
- Neck pain
- Urinary urgency and incontinence are symptoms of severe bowel or bladder dysfunction.
In the lower back (lumbar spine)
- tingling or numbness in the leg or foot
- weakness in the leg or foot
- When we stand or walk for a long time, our legs may experience pain or cramping, which typically subsides when we squat or bend forward.
- Back pain
CAUSES OF SPINAL STENOSIS
Spinal stenosis can have a variety of causes, such as:
- Overgrowth of bone.
- Herniated disks.
- Thickened ligaments.
- Spinal injuries.
- Though spinal stenosis can occur in people under 50 due to degenerative conditions, other factors, such as trauma, can also cause it.
- scoliosis or another birth defect of the spine.
- Genetic illness that affects how the body develops bones and muscles.
COMPLICATIONS OF SPINAL STENOSIS
- Balance problems
HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT FOR SPINAL STENOSIS
Homeopathy is a complementary medicine that treats the whole person, not just individual symptoms. Here are some examples of homeopathic remedies that can be helpful in this situation:
• CAL FLOUR
• ZINCUM METALLICUM
• COCCULUS INDICUS
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