Ask The Doctors: July 2012

Five years ago my orthopaedic physician, after MRIs and observations of my walking and balancing, said I have severe stenosis in the neck and recommended surgery. However, all my pain is in my lower back, where I have only moderate stenosis. So I decided not to have the operation. Could neck surgery help with pain relief?
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