Easy Relief from Sciatica
Sciatica is a condition caused by the inflammation of sciatic nerves. The sciatic nerves begin from your lower spine and continue down the buttock area, back of the leg, and into the foot.
Symptoms can range from a light tingling feeling, burning sensation to a full blown shooting pain radiating from your lower back, buttock area or leg. Sciatica usually affects only one side, although it is possible to also run down both legs. The reasons for sciatica may be due to the nerve in the lower spine can become pinched or disc might be slipped. Sometimes arthritis or sprained ligament will narrow the nerves' passageways causing the nerve endings to become tender and sore. Abscess, growth or blood clot may also cause sciatica.
Over-the-counter medicines or prescription medicines are used to relieve the pain associated with sciatica. Sciatica can be very frightening especially if you do not realize what is wrong. You begin to feel that you may become crippled, although most of the time sciatica can be treated effectively. The pain observed in sciatic nerve is mainly due to inflammation of sciatic nerve, which can readily be cured by using non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID's). Aspirin can also being used to reduce the inflammation, but NSAIDs have fewer gastrointestinal disorders(Gastritis or ulcer).
The common non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID's) used to relieve sciatic pain are Ibuprofensuch as Advil, Nuprin, Motrin, Acetaminophen (such as Tylenol), Naproxensuch as Naprosyn, Aleve and COX-2 inhibitorssuch as Celebrex or Bextra (which require a prescription). Other, stronger pain medications are also available through a prescription from a physician and may be necessary to help alleviate the pain from irritation to the sciatic nerve.
will give you massage therapy and back adjustments which is a highly
effective treatment. You should be able to go home and rest after your
appointment so that your spine will have a better opportunity to stay
in alignment for longer periods of time. When your back begins to heal
there are stretching and/or low impact exercises your doctor will give
you so that the muscle wont stiffen too much. But you should only
exercise after your doctor approves it.
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