Hi all. Haven’t posted here for awhile but have beaten thoracic pain with TMS methods but fell 2.5 years ago on ice and have been battling low back/buttock pain. Long story short MRI done then showed mild spondylolisthesis but advanced central canal stenosis. Ok so at THAT time my pain after fall was all thoracic. MRI of thoracic showed nothing. For the next 2 years I just kind of gritted my teeth and got back to jogging and being active but never felt 100% back to where I was pre fall. Last 6 months I’ve gotten increasingly worse SI joint and bilateral butt pain but also a new scary symptom- I’d start to run and then both feet and lower legs would get pins/needles so bad I’d have to stop because I couldn’t feel my feet and my legs get all wobbly. At first I’d grit thru and it would go away after 10 -20 minutes and I could run ok. But last 2 months it hasn’t gone away and the only thing that helps it is to bend over. Now it’s gotten to point I can’t even walk very far without that happening as well as severe cramping in butt and hips. This seems very typical of spinal stenosis - could this possibly be TMS? I feel I should get this checked out because I don’t want to get so I can’t walk at all. But I’m afraid of what they say, mainly “ you need surgery ASAP!”I know that Baseball65 said he had stenosis and was told he could be paralyzed, but has anyone experienced THIS severe numbness stuff?