Are there alternative treatments for people with spinal hemangiomas? If so, what are they? I have a similar situation as anon164370. Much of the literature regarding multiple spinal hemangiomas recommends a non-surgical approach. I also found a website for AVM (arteriovenous malformation) which can be of the brain or spine. It is surprising to learn that this disease is more common or widespread than I had imagined. It also appears to be genetic in many cases.
In addition to the hemangioma, I have a meningioma in the left frontal lobe of my brain. I have not had surgery. I have numbness of arms/legs and spasms in my back plus extreme pain and bad migraines. Seems to be a common problem with all.