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You've just been diagnosed with lumbar spinal stenosis.
You're scared. You're confused.  
But you don't have to be...

Look Inside the Book

One of Amazon's top 10 best selling books on back pain in 2023.
Recommended by Bob & Brad
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"A thorough beginners' guide to addressing spinal pain." — Kirkus Reviews
"I will definitely keep this in my waiting room as an excellent resource for my patients." — Laura Brown, PT, Calmare Pain Therapy, New York
"Funny, engaging, and very helpful." — Michael Changaris

Lumbar Stenosis?

You're Not Alone.


More than half of people over age 60 have lumbar spinal stenosis—yet most know little about it, and even less about how to manage it.


Physical Therapist Terri Night (who has lumbar stenosis herself) has written a fun, easy-to-use, how-to manual packed with practical tools to help you tackle YOUR stenosis diagnosis!

Your Spinal Stenosis!


​If your "stenosis diagnosis" has caused you all sorts of confusion and panic, take heart. No matter what course of treatment you are considering, Rehab Your Own Spinal Stenosis will give you the necessary understanding (in easy layman's terms), a wealth of information, and the basic steps to help you help your spine.


Ready to become your spine's #1 advocate? We're ready to assist!

Get Answers to Your Questions:


  • How did spinal stenosis happen to a nice person like me?

  • What do Krispy Kreme® donuts have in common with my spine?

  • Should I force myself to stand up straight?

  • Is there one specific muscle I can strengthen to cure this?

  • The only thing that's going to help is surgery, right?

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  1. Decrease Inflammation

  2. Keep Moving with Strategic Exercise

  3. Improve Your Overall Health and Wellness

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