HEAL YOUR SCIATICA PERMANENTLY!
Non-Surgical Solution for Fast Sciatica Relief
Our sciatica solution offers a complete treatment program that provides immediate relief.
Plus, we'll teach you the exact exercises and stretches designed specifically to help you prevent the pain from coming back.
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We Know How to Fix Sciatica
Sciatica is one of the most painful conditions you can experience. It can be debilitating, and it may be difficult to treat.
Sciatica is usually brought on by a pinched nerve in the lower back, but it can also be caused by a problem in the hip or foot.
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Sciatica Is a Treatable Condition Caused by Nerve Compression. We Know How to Find the Problem & Fix It.
Our 3-step treatment starts with diagnosing what is causing your pain, providing immediate relief, then building a plan to prevent the pain from returning.
Step 1: Repair
Diagnose the problem & relieve pain.
Step 2: Restore
Restore full function & mobility.
Step 3: Rebuild
Strengthen tissues & fix movement patterns.
What You Need to Know About Sciatica
If you’ve ever experienced a pinched nerve, you know that the pain can be excruciating. In the lower back, one of the more common causes of nerve pain stems from a condition called sciatica.
A common misconception about sciatica is that most patients refer to sciatica as any pain in the lower back or pain traveling down the leg. But that isn’t always the case.
The sciatic nerve is a thick nerve that originates from the low back and travels down the leg. Given its size, the nerve branches into smaller tributaries as it traverses the lower leg. These tributaries provide sensation to different areas of the extremity.
In true sciatica cases, the nerve can become commonly compressed due to a structural issue or a soft tissue problem.
In the structural case, the sciatic nerve could be compressed due to compression at the nerve root in the low back.
In the soft tissue case, the sciatic nerve could be compressed by a spasmed muscle, for example the piriformis. It is important that you don’t self-label so as to get the proper care and treatment plan.
The source of your pain determines your course of care. There are different ways of treating sciatica. A combination of soft tissue/manual therapy, nerve decompression, and rehabilitative exercise are scientifically proven to be gold standard courses of care in mild-moderate cases.
If you are experiencing what you think could be sciatic nerve pain, give us a call or book online today.