Surgery for Spinal Stenosis

When treatment does not last, surgery may be an option.

Spinal stenosis can cause pain, numbness and tingling from the low back down the leg, making walking difficult. It often can be treated without surgery, but sometimes surgery is the best option to restore quality of life. “If you know you need surgery, don’t put it off,” advises Michael Steinmetz, MD, Chairman of the Department […]
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