What Does Bilateral Neural Exit Foraminal Stenosis of Moderate Severity at the L5 S1 Mean?

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You are talking about the narrowing of the foramen possibly by a bulging, or degenerative disk. In most cases treatment by a chiropractor may be the best solution but surgery may be required.
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