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Are you suffering Sciatica Symptoms?
Want a long term solution to your pain but not keen on surgery? We offer an effective Drug-free and Surgery-free alternative to treating Sciatic Nerve Pain. Our cutting edge clinic uses revolutionary Ozone Therapy to repair and decrease pain associated with sciatic nerve pain. Many of our customers report vast improvements in as little as 3 treatments. Ready to reduce your Sciatica Symptoms and improve the quality of your life?
What is Sciatic Nerve Pain?
Sciatic Nerve Pain is a debilitating condition that affects the sciatic nerve region. The sciatic nerve runs along the lower back, through the buttock, leg and to the foot. The pain can range from a mild ache to excruciating, left untreated it can have a devestating impact on your lifestyle. Previously, effective, long term results have been limited to surgery. However a surgery-free alternative is now offered through The Nerve Pain Clinic.
What causes Sciatic Nerve Pain?
One of the most common causes of Sciatic Nerve Pain is a herniated disc, also known as a bulging disc or slipped disc. The intervertebral discs are the soft discs in our spine, their role is the act as a buffer or cushion for the spinal vertebrae. Once the outer layer of these discs becomes weakened by age or injury, the centre of the disc can bulge out. Sciatica Nerve Pain can occur when the bulging disc puts excessive pressure on the nerve root.
Other causes of Sciatic Nerve Pain include:
- Piriformis Syndrome
- Bony Growths (Osteophytes)
- Lumbar Spinal Canal Stenosis
- Tumors can cause severe pain extending to hips and feet, loss of bladder or bowel control and muscle weakness.
- Trauma to the spine due to an accident.
- If you experience severe pain and loss of control of bladder or bowels, weakness and numbness seek medical help immediately.
What does Sciatica Pain feel like?
Sciatica pain is typically felt deep in the buttock, the back of the leg and even in the foot. The pain is often described as a ‘pins and needles’ or numb sensation, nerve pain is quite different to general musculoskeletal pain.
Sciatic Nerve Pain is generally in one leg at a time and the pain can range from a mild ache to severe pain and is often accompanied by lower back pain.