The most common causes of sciatic pain are herniated or bulging discs, degenerative changes, and spinal stenosis. These severe chiropractic conditions can compress the nerve resulting in pain, tingling, paresthesias, inflammation, and numbness and/or tingling in the legs or feet. Typically, sciatic pain affects only one side of the body. Most commonly, the pain radiates from the lower back into the buttocks and down along the back of the thigh and calf. However, sciatic pain may occur anywhere along the path of the nerve. Symptoms can vary from a mild ache to sharp and shooting, burning, numbness, and/or tingling. For some, the pain can be severe and debilitating, while others experience chronic pain the just comes and goes.
Non-surgical Treatment Options
Sciatica (pronounced sigh-at-eh-kah) is more of a description of the symptoms of leg pain and thigh pain, originating from your low back, then a medical diagnosis.
Sciatica can be treated with the DRX9000 Spinal Decompression Treatments. Call for your Free DRX X-ray or MRI Review. We use traditional Chiropractic techniques with the newest technology to help stop neck and back pain for our patients.