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Spinal Stenosis Treatment

FLOBAX helps regenerate and maintain good health of:
  • Joints, cartilage, tendons, ligaments
  • Bones
  • Skin
  • Muscles, internal organs and other connective tissues
FLOBAX helps soothe lower back pain and joint pain.

What Happens to Our Bodies As We Age?

With aging our body looses mass. Renewal of body cells and tissue slows down, resulting in our body's natural ability to repair itself to become more limited. The accumulation of toxic chemicals from our own metabolism and the environment produces chemicals within our body (free radicals, AdvanceGlycationEnd products, etc.) that slowly destroy connective tissues. As a result, our bodies, organs and tissues become more prone to conditions that may allow diseases to develop.

Learn more about Spinal Stenosis: Aging, along with poor working conditions, accidents, and sports trauma may lead to the breakdown of collagen and other connective tissue molecules. This in turn can produce conditions such arthritis, spinal stenosis, and lower back pain.
  • The visible results of collagen breakdown are skin wrinkles, and loss of skin and tissue elasticity.
  • The invisible results of collagen breakdown are weakness of cartilage, tendons and ligaments, as well as loss of bone density. Although this loss may be partially due to a calcium deficit, collagen is 25-50% of bones' protein matrix.
More than 50% of today's 65-year-olds will suffer some degree of osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is the most common cause of premature disablement.
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View more information on Spinal Stenosis Treatment
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• Unlocking the Spinal Code
Back pain relief solutions are ideal as a resource book for those who want to learn more about back pain and its causes.
• Fixing Your Back Pain by Rick Olderman
Fixing Your Back Pain also provides you with a brief discussion on the risks and benefits of the different treatment methods.
• Framework for the Lower Back
Framework for the lower back includes a pre-screening questionnaire to be filled before beginning the exercise program.
• Back Pain Remedies
Back Pain Remedies explores various therapeutic methods that are different from conventional medicine and gives you insight in their effectiveness.
• Spinal Stenosis Treatment - Surgery
Back pain surgery guide provides you with comprehensive information on the different types of back pain and how to identify the type of pain that can be treated by exercise and rest and the pain.
• Treating Spinal Stenosis
Most people have a lifestyle that does not involve a lot of physical activity, and this has become the main factor behind increasing back pain problems.
• Spinal Stenosis Treatment
Brian Hainline explores the mind - body connection in this volume and how this connection can be used for alleviating chronic back pain.
• Spinal Stenosis Treatment - No Pills
Resource for back and neck pain information on treatments, conditions, back pain exercises, surgery, prevention and recovery.
• Spinal Stenosis Treatment in USA
Methods used to treat spinal stenosis in the USA can be broadly divided into two categories: conservative treatment methods and aggressive treatment
• Spinal Stenosis Treatment in UK
Treatment of spinal stenosis in the UK usually begins with the administration of conservative non invasive treatment methods.
• Spinal Stenosis Treatment in France
France has been at the forefront of medical development with various surgical procedures and treatments originating from the nation in the past.
• Spinal Stenosis Treatment in Canada
Only less than 5% of people diagnosed with spinal stenosis are considered for spinal surgery.
• Spinal Stenosis Treatment in Brazil
Spinal stenosis is an abnormal narrowing of the spinal column that may occur in any of the regions of the spine.
• Treatment of Spinal Stenosis
Spinal stenosis is an abnormal narrowing of the spinal column that may occur in any of the regions of the spine.
• Spinal Stenosis Symptoms
Overview providing information on symptoms, diagnosis, management, and surgical treatment of spinal stenosis.
• Stenosis of the Spine
Learn about the condition's causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments.
• Cervical Myelomalacia
Cervical Myelomalacia caused by spinal stenosis usually develops as a result of hemorrhaging in the spinal cord.
• Cervical Stenosis Surgey
Cervical stenosis surgery is used to correct the part of the spine in the neck.
• Recognizing Spinal Stenosis Symptoms
Signs and symptoms of spinal stenosis can range from sciatica to weakness and numbness in the legs and feet.
• Preventing Spinal Stenosis
Learn more about the diagnosis and the treatments used to prevent spinal stenosis.
• Living with Spinal Stenosis
The most important aspect of living with spin al stenosis is reducing or eliminating symptoms.
• Spinal Stenosis Symptoms
Information center provides information on symptoms of spinal stenosis.
• Cervical Stenosis
Overview providing information, diagnosis and treatment of cervical spinal stenosis.
• Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery
Minimal invasive spine surgery (MIS) is also referred to as laser spine surgery, endoscopic surgery or minimal access spine surgery.
• Surgical Treatment for Spinal Stenosis
Surgical treatment is only prescribed if all other forms of treatment have failed or the damage caused by the spinal stenosis cannot be repaired through any other means.
• Stenosis of the Spine
Stenosis of the spine occurs when the nerves and spinal cord are compressed, the condition can occur in the neck or the lower back region.
• Spinal Stenosis Treatments
Only less than 5% of people diagnosed with spinal stenosis are considered for spinal surgery.
• Causes of Lumbar Stenosis
Conditions that result in the narrowing of the spinal canal and vertebral foramen in the lumbar region can result in lumbar stenosis.
• Non-Age Related Causes of Spinal Stenosis
Many people believe that spinal stenosis is a condition that only affects those with advanced age; it's true that the disease occurs mostly in old people.
• Spinal Stenosis Treatment Option
Spinal stenosis treatment option - minimal invasive spine surgery (MIS) is also referred to as laser spine surgery, endoscopic surgery or minimal access spine surgery.
• Age Related Causes of Spinal Stenosis
Spinal stenosis is becoming an increasingly popular medical condition amongst the aged.

Slowing Down the Aging Process

We have no control of our genetic background. But, we do have some control of life style choices.

Lifestyle choices include:

  • Diet
    Diet can decrease age-related inflammatory conditions. Positive choices include foods containing Omega 3 rather than trans and saturated fat, and food and beverages with a low glycemic index.
  • Exercise
    Exercise helps stimulate the turnover of connective tissue, increase basal metabolism, as well as blood and lymph circulation.
  • Stress Management
    Many stress management techniques exist, including meditation.
  • Dietary Supplements
    Numerous dietary supplements have proven to be effective.
What Body Components Help Keep Us Functional?

Collagen, glucosamine and chondroitin sulphate are among the most important of our bodies' components.

Collagen maintains the physical integrity and the biological functions of the tissues and organs which make up our skin, bones, and cartilage.  It is the "glue of life".

More than 30% of the human body's protein is collagen. Collagen composes:

  • Most of the skin's proteins (primarily in the derma)
  • Almost half of the bones' protein
  • A large part of ligament and tendon molecules
  • 2/3's of most joint cartilage, including the inter-vertebral discs

Because the role of collagen in cartilage is to provide resistance to compression, a deficit of collagen will have serious consequences for joints. In combination with other important connective tissue molecules, including glucosamine and chondroitin sulphate, collagen forms the complex matrix that allows our bodies to make the movements needed for daily activities.

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