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How to Live With Spinal Stenosis

by Marcy Brinkley
The symptoms of spinal stenosis, a narrowing of the spinal canal, vary according to the location. When the vertebrae in the lower back or lumbar region press on nearby nerves, the patient may have pain, numbness or weakness in the legs, buttocks or calves, according to Dr. Stephen R. Garfin in a Mar...

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