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“Do You Suffer With Pain, Numbness, Tingling or Heaviness in One or Both of Your Legs?” Do you have back pain or leg pain with standing or walking? Do you have 50 or more candles on your birthday cake? Do you need to sit down for a minute for the pain to go away? If you do, then you may have Stenosis.

Follow this simple, easy to use 4-Minute Road map to relieve your stenosis quickly and naturally.

“What Is Stenosis?”

With age and injuries, the space between the bones in our back decreases. This is one of the

reasons we shrink or may lose an inch or so as we become older. With the decreased space, nerves in the lower back may become pinched causing pain in the lower back and possibly down the legs. Stenosis may also be called “Arthritis” or your doctor may call it “Degenerative Disc Disease.”

“What Can I Do About My Stenosis?”

There are many available treatments for stenosis – and to select the right treatment for the cause of your stenosis can be confusing and frustrating.

The proven guide we use:


2.Hands-on Physical Therapy



“How does this work?”

The Rule with this system is “only move on to the next step after the previous treatment has failed. So do not take medication (Step #3) until first you have done the right exercises for stenosis (#1) and hands-on therapy (#2) with a Physical Therapist who specializes in stenosis.

This model is used by the healthiest group of people in the world. A similar system was mentioned in The #1 New York Times Best Seller “The 4 Hour Body.” This may not be for everyone, only people who are focused on being as healthy as they possibly can be. It seems like there are a ton of back exercises, So which exercise should I do?” The #1 Best Exercise to do for Stenosis is: Supine Double Knees To Chest. Ask one of our PT’s or trainers about how to do it properly! Do this exercise for the next 7 days, every morning before you get out of bed AND any time you have pain in your back.

Call us at 701-293-6037 if:

Your pain and symptoms do not change, your pain gets worse with exercise, or you feel better with exercise, but the pain is still present. As always, if you have any aches, pains or questions about the musculoskeletal system, we offer a free discovery visit to anyone who needs it. Give us a call at 701-293-6037 and say hello to Ben at the front desk to schedule your appointment!

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