Spinal stenosis can be both lateral and central and is best treated by a licensed health care professional.
Intermittent claudication is classified as a peripheral vascular disease and in a fitness setting is generally treated under the supervision of a cardiologist and a clinical exercise physiologist. Many Phase III cardiac rehabilitation program design exercises programs for individuals with diagnosed PVD. It is also known as PAD.
Spinal stenosis is the narrowing of 1 or more areas of the spine-most often in the neck or lower back. The narrowing can put pressure on the spinal cord or nerves at the level of the compression. It can cause numbness in the legs, back, neck, shoulders, arms, limb weakness and incoordination. There can also be a loss of sensation in the extremeties.
Intermittent claudication is a painful circulatory condition. There is too little blood flow especially during exercise. The condition generally affects the blood vessels in the legs but can affect the arms also.
Spinal Stenosis is a painful condition and your movement is restricted much to your discomfort. If it goes worse in absence of proper care and treatment, then you have to face the painful surgical process. The surgical process of treating also have certain side effects and thus non surgical methods of treating Spinal stenosis is gaining popularity.
Intermittent claudication is a painful circulatory condition and and in a fitness setting is generally treated under the supervision of a cardiologist and a clinical exercise physiologist.