Naples, Fla. (June 28, 2016) – According to his wife, Courtney Eagleston is used to being a “guinea pig.” The 79-year-old had an innovative spinal surgery several years ago, fusing vertebrae from the L2 to the sacrum. Now he was suffering from spinal stenosis at a level above his previous fusion. Spinal stenosis is the narrowing of the open spaces in the spine, which puts pressure on the spinal cord and on the nerves that pass through the openings. The result is often pain, tingling, numbness and muscle weakness in the affected limbs. In Eagleston’s case, he was even having difficulty walking…

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