Spinal Stenosis Treatment in NJ & NY

At the Institute for Comprehensive Spine Care, we understand the impact that spinal stenosis can have on your life. Led by esteemed spine surgeon, Gbolahan Okubadejo, MD, FAAOS, our dedicated team is committed to providing exceptional care and personalized spinal stenosis treatment options to help you overcome spinal stenosis and regain your quality of life.
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What is Spinal Stenosis?

Spinal stenosis is a medical condition characterized by the narrowing of the spaces within the spine, which can put pressure on the nerves that travel through it. The condition primarily affects the lower back and neck.

The narrowing can be caused by various factors, including the natural aging process, osteoarthritis, herniated discs, or thickened ligaments. Symptoms of spinal stenosis can include pain, numbness, muscle weakness, and impaired balance, and these symptoms can worsen over time. In severe cases, it can cause significant disability and affect the quality of life.

Spinal Stenosis Affects About 10% of the Population

More Common in Individuals Over 50

Diagnostic Services

Accurate diagnosis is fundamental to effective spinal stenosis treatment. At the Institute of Comprehensive Spine Care, we use state-of-the-art diagnostic services to precisely identify the extent and location of your condition.


Provide clear images of the skeletal structure, enabling us to identify abnormalities and assess the condition of the cervical spine

Physical Examination

Allowing the physician to assess symptoms, perform specific tests, and understand the patient's medical history

CT Scans

Provide highly detailed cross-sectional images of the body, including bones, blood vessels, and soft tissues, allowing for a precise evaluation

MRI Scans

Offer detailed images of soft tissues—including nerves, muscles, and intervertebral discs—in addition to the skeletal structure

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How Can We Treat Spinal Stenosis?

Discovering the Possibilities

Spinal stenosis treatment depends on various factors, including the location of the stenosis, the severity of symptoms, your overall health, and your response to initial treatments. Non-surgical spinal stenosis treatment options focus on alleviating pain, improving spinal mobility, and enhancing your quality of life.

In certain cases, surgery may be necessary for spinal stenosis treatment. Our experienced team, led by Dr. Bo, is dedicated to helping you explore the possibilities and develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific needs and goals.
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Treatment Options

Non-Surgical Treatment

These Treatmentfocus on conservative and non-invasive approaches to alleviate pain and restore function.

Physical Therapy


Over the Counter Medications

Assistive Devices

Our success rates with non-surgical options are exceptional, allowing you to explore alternatives to surgery.

Surgical Treatment

When surgical intervention is necessary, Dr. Bo is a highly skilled and experienced spine surgeon who specializes in a range of surgical procedures.



We prioritize patient safety and strive for optimal results, explaining the benefits, risks, and expected outcomes of each surgical option.

Recovery from Spinal Stenosis Treatment

Guiding You Towards Improved Health

At the Institute for Comprehensive Spine Care, we recognize that successful treatment for spinal stenosis goes beyond the procedure itself. Our comprehensive approach encompasses personalized rehabilitation programs and post-treatment care to enhance your recovery.

We utilize a range of pain management techniques and work closely with skilled physical therapists to design a customized rehabilitation plan that supports healing, restores functionality, and minimizes downtime. Rest assured, we will be with you every step of the way, guiding you through your recovery journey to achieve the best possible outcomes.

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Dr. Bo has over 500 5-star reviews. 

Our commitment to patient satisfaction and positive outcomes is evident in our past patient testimonials and their improved quality of life.
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Get Rid of the Burden of Spinal Stenosis

With multiple locations in NY and NJ, our team at the Institute for Comprehensive Spine Care is committed to providing comprehensive solutions for individuals suffering from spinal stenosis. Our experts are dedicated to evaluating each patient’s unique situation and tailoring the most effective treatment approach, whether it involves non-surgical interventions, minimally invasive procedures, or spinal surgeries.
We understand the importance of accurate diagnosis. That’s why we employ state-of-the-art diagnostic technologies to precisely identify the nature and extent of spinal stenosis. By combining these advanced tools with our extensive expertise, we can develop a personalized care plan that aligns with your specific needs and goals.
Don’t let spinal stenosis limit your daily activities or cause you unnecessary pain any longer. Take the first step towards relief by scheduling a consultation with us today. Trust in our expertise and compassionate approach as we strive to alleviate your symptoms and restore your well-being to its fullest potential.

The Most Trusted Spine Surgeon in NY & NJ

Dr. Gbolahan Okubadejo, affectionately known as Dr. Bo, is a top-rated spine surgeon based in the NY/NJ metropolitan area. He leads The Institute for Comprehensive Spine Care, providing patient-centered care and demonstrating a commitment to excellence. Besides his clinical work, Dr. Bo is a respected researcher, a recipient of prestigious awards, and an advocate for preventive care and minimally invasive procedures. His patient-centered approach extends to educating patients and involving them in their treatment decisions.

Spinal Stenosis FAQs

Answers to Common Questions. Click to Learn More

Spinal stenosis is often caused by age-related degenerative changes, spinal injuries, or genetic predisposition. It can also be influenced by certain medical conditions or lifestyle factors that affect the spine.

Symptoms of spinal stenosis may include pain or cramping in the legs or arms, numbness or tingling sensations, muscle weakness, and difficulty with walking or maintaining balance. The specific symptoms experienced can vary depending on the severity of the condition.

While it may not be possible to prevent spinal stenosis entirely, certain measures can help reduce the risk or slow down its progression. These may include regular exercise, a balanced diet, maintaining a healthy weight, and avoiding activities that put excessive stress on the spine.

Diagnosis of spinal stenosis typically involves a combination of medical history review, physical examination, and imaging tests to measure the narrowing of the spinal canal. These assessments help determine the presence and severity of spinal stenosis, guide treatment decisions, and monitor response to treatment.

Treatment for spinal stenosis aims to relieve pressure on the spinal cord and nerves, manage pain, and improve mobility. Non-surgical options include physical therapy, medication, and epidural steroid injections. Surgical options, when necessary, may involve procedures like decompressive laminectomy and spinal fusion to stabilize the spine and alleviate pain.

While spinal stenosis cannot be completely cured, appropriate treatment and lifestyle modifications can help manage symptoms, improve mobility, and enhance quality of life. It is essential to work with your healthcare provider to develop a comprehensive plan that includes proper therapy, medication, andsurgical intervention as necessary.

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