SCIATICA PAIN RELIEF PROGRAM
Each year, sixty-five million Americans suffer from low back pain, and that ranks second only to migraines as the most frequent cause of pain. Eighty percent of adults will experience significant low back pain sometime during their life. Second, to the common cold, problems caused by sciatica and sciatica nerve pain are the most frequent cause of lost work days in adults under the age of 45. The lower lumbar area of the back is the most common site for back pain, as it bears the most weight and stress. Approximately 90 percent of patients who experience sciatica and sciatica nerve pain and follow a conservative, non-surgical treatment plan can fully recover and live pain-free. Our Sciatica Pain Relief Program was started 10 years ago to give patients a conservative approach in addressing their pain, but more importantly, an approach that achieved results.
Approximately 1 in every 50 Americans will experience the pain of a herniated disk in their lifetime. Of these, less than 10 percent, will require surgery to eliminate their sciatica or sciatic nerve pain. For patients who follow a non-surgical treatment plan, 60-70 percent recover within six weeks. By week 12 of the conservative, non-surgical treatment plan, 90 percent of patients have fully recovered. The All American Healthcare Sciatic Pain Relief Program is a conservative, non-surgical treatment plan designed so that you can eliminate your pain as soon as possible. Our approach utilizes several modalities but is ultimately designed around your specific situation.
WHAT IS SCIATICA OR SCIATIC NERVE PAIN?
Sciatica is an inflammation of the the longest nerve in the body- the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve runs from the spinal cord, across the buttock and hip area and down the back of each leg. Sciatica and sciatic nerve pain are actually secondary symptoms and indications of a problem in the lumbar region of your back placing pressure on the sciatic nerve.
WHAT CAUSES THE PAIN OR NUMBNESS?
The pain is a direct result of compression on the nerve roots in the lower back. Sciatica can also be referred to as radiculopathy, the medical term that is used to describe pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness in the arms or legs caused by a nerve root problem.
EXAMINATION AND TESTS FOR SCIATICA
WHAT ARE THE LEADING CAUSES OF SCIATICA?
BULGING OR HERNIATED DISC:
LUMBAR SPINAL STENOSIS:
TREATMENTS INCLUDED IN THE SCIATIC PAIN RELIEF PROGRAM
CHIROPRACTIC & MANUAL MANIPULATION:
HOT AND COLD THERAPY:
STRENGTHENING & STRETCHING EXERCISES:
WHAT IS THE COST?
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