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Sciatica Therapy Arlington,Chronic Pain Treatment, Low Back Pain Relief

The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body and runs from the back of the hips to the leg. Irritation of the sciatic nerve (also called “sciatica”) and can be caused by misalignments of the lower back and pelvis,narrowing of the spinal canal, spinal disc conditions, vertebral slippage, and pregnancy. Conditions that can make sciatica worse include:

  • Obesity
  • Lack of exercise
  • High heels
  • Improper sleep surfaces

If you possibly have a pinched sciatic nerve you may or may not be experiencing symptoms of lower back pain, pain in buttocks, pain on one side, pain down the back part of the leg and/or foot pain, or any of the above. The fact of the matter is that chronic pain treatment and low back pain relief are something that Sciatica Therapy Arlington are
very knowledgeable at understanding and treating.

Symptoms of sciatica are regularly described as numbness, pins and needles, tingling, burning, and achy soreness that can shoot down through the buttocks to the foot or leg. Especially when you’re active.

It’s necessary to note that even though your pain may be in the legs or buttocks, the shooting pain we are referring to has nothing to do with any of those locations. The pain is caused by a structural element in your lower back intruding on your sciatic nerve. It confuses your brain into thinking the pain is located in your legs or buttocks.

Should you experience any one of these symptoms, it is necessary that you are properly examined at Sciatica Therapy Arlington. The pain from a pinched sciatica is the result of very real damage to your sciatic nerve. Usually, this damage is only minor and should heal once pressure on the pinched nerve is relieved. In most cases
permanent nerve damage will not be the result.

Nevertheless, sciatica isn’t something that shouldn’t be toyed with, and if you believe that your symptoms are the result of a pinched sciatica nerve you should seek lower back pain relief. Severe nerve damage could occur if it isn’t promptly treated. Please seek immediate chronic pain relief if you are experiencing any of these
symptoms, because rooting out the causes of sciatica and correcting the alignment of the lower back and pelvis is the most significant factor in nearly every case of sciatica and is the best way to achieve long-term relief.

Over time, relief of painful pressure on the nerve and allows the body to properly heal itself in the end.

Contact us today and speak with one of our pain experts at (817) 561-0808. Same day, early morning, and evening appointment.