Chiropractic may or may not help, but if you don’t try you will never know. If you have an MRI report, I recommend you take that with you to your initial chiropractic visit.
I hope this helps.
Dr. David Cavazos, Dc
When you feel the results of stenosis, it usually has involved some swelling due to irritation and abrasion causing your nerves to be unhappy. Depending on your condition, it's a possibility that a chiropractor could carefully move the spinal segments enough to provide some relief for awhile, but it could also stir things up too.
A chiropractor should review your films and do an examination, reviewing your situation and then only proceed with care. Gentle manipulation could be helpful, but may only carry relief for a limited time before your back gets unhappy again.
Keep a smile going,