Sciatica - Radiating Leg Pain Treatment
What is sciatica pain?
Sciatica is a common variety of pain originating in and radiating out from the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve extends from the lower back down to the back of the leg. Sciatica is initiated by pressure on the nerve roots in both the lower lumbar and the lumbosacral spine. Surprisingly, sciatica pain usually affects one side of the (lower) body, sometimes all the way to the toes.
Why do I have sciatica?
Sciatica is the result of irritation of the lumbosacral spine and lower lumbar, and can also be caused by lumbar spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, degenerative disc disease, pregnancy, and muscle spasms (in the back or butt). Lack of exercise and poor sleeping conditions may also contribute.
How ReliefCare is Used for Sciatica
ReliefCare is a non-surgical, drug-free, fast-acting protocol that has been developed and mastered for over 30 years by Dr. Christopher Cordima. ReliefCare is a scientific approach that combines FDA cleared technologies and state-of-the-art therapies which together provides a cumulative effect that increases the healing mechanism within the body.
ReliefCare uses innovative FDA approved technologies that addresses three key areas to help achieve long-lasting pain relief:
ReliefCare treats the source of the sciatica pain to achieve relief as fast as possible.
ReliefCare helps to reduce chronic inflammation which in turn improves the immune system and enhances the mitochondrial energy which our cells need to fight off the risk of disease.
ReliefCare restores function so the body can heal properly and fight against disease-related conditions that cause sciatica pain.
What Types of Therapies are Used in ReliefCare?
It’s extremely difficult to explain medical therapies and services via the internet or over the phone versus in-person. As always, we would like you to call (617) 629-2600 and make an appointment for your first consultation. From there, we can meet, explain and show you the different ReliefCare therapies being used by our patients today.