Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Can chiropractic help sciatica?


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The sciatica nerve is the longest and thickest nerve in the body which begins in the gluteal region then runs down the legs. The sciatica nerve and five brandies that serve your thigh, knee, calf, ankle and foot, transmit motor and sensory signals throughout the leg. Sciatica nerve is sensitive and can be so incapacitating easily if this nerve is compressed. Very simple and normal action like sitting, standing or walking can be enough to send pains down legs from hip. Many people don’t know that sciatica often starts with some normal symptoms like, low back pain, weakness or numbness and after a few weeks the true sciatica pain begins. These pains either can be a dull ache or a hot pain. Many people wait until the sciatica pain be unbearable and then seek the doctor or chiropractor. Sciatica is one of the common reason people look for chiropractor and they have treated many sciatica cases successfully over the years. The main goal of chiropractic is the reestablishment of correct skeletal motion and optimizing the nerve flow without drug, surgery or functional medicine. Chiropractors first determine a typical underlying cause, and then they try to relieve the symptoms and eliminate the cause of sciatica by restoring correct skeletal function and removing the nerve impingement. It can realigned the spine and decrease the symptoms.


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