Cervical stenosis puts pressure on the medulla spinalis or the nerves within the neck causing neck pain.
The first set of exercises for cervical stenosis will combine isometrics with active range of motion (AROM). Isometric Exercises are an excellent thanks to activate the muscles without movement. This will also help with relaxing the muscles to urge more movement, so adding the AROM afterwards really helps gain motion.
Next are chin tucks. These are one among my favorite Exercises/stretches for neck and shoulder pain. They also help with posture to “reset” the neck muscles, and reduce painful spasms.
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All these muscles round the neck are vital in proper movement. Also, once they are tight, they will cause tons of pressure on the cervical spine.
Cervical stenosis, or spinal stenosis of the neck, may be a common explanation for neck pain. Basically it is a narrowing of the vertebral canal within the neck area or upper a part of the spine. More neck pain stretches