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What is Sciatica?

Sciatica is a pain that runs along the sciatic nerve.

Sciatica pain can run through your thigh, all the way to your buttocks, making simple tasks like sitting down and standing back up painful and difficult. It’s normal for sciatica to only be present on one side of the body.

Luckily, sciatica is not usually a condition that requires surgery. Unless you’re experiencing issues relating to moving and bowels, you’ll most likely be fine without surgery.

What Are the Symptoms of Sciatica?

The most obvious symptom of sciatica is pain that radiates down one side of the body.

You’ll typically notice that it starts in your lower spine and radiates down toward the back of your leg. Any spot that runs along this nerve pathway is likely to feel sciatica pain. Common areas to feel pain are your hips and your foot as well.

This pain can either be sharp, or it can be more of a mild, dull ache.

Along with pain, you may also experience numbness as a result of sciatica. You can experience numbness in any area that runs along the sciatic nerve. In some cases, it’s even possible to feel a mixture of pain and numbness at the same time.

Each case of sciatica varies, and it’s important to get into your doctor for a proper diagnosis if you notice these symptoms.

How Can You Reverse Sciatica Pain?

While sciatica can’t necessarily be cured, there are ways for you to manage and treat the pain associated with it.

One method is to stretch the area regularly. When you experience tightness around the sciatic nerve, it will only make the pain worse. Sciatica treatment may also include a blend of herbs to holistically manage the pain.

Is Massage Good for Sciatica?

Yes! Massage is actually great for sciatica.

Massage is a natural way to treat sciatica back pain. Ayurveda massage, which is a type of massage using pressure points, has been shown to help sciatica pain greatly.

This massage practice is meant to restore health by uniting the mind, body, and spirit.

Another way to naturally treat sciatica pain is Kativasti. Kativasti is the use of warm, thick oil to treat back pain. This oil is applied all over the back and then left to sit as the patient lies face-down on a massage table.

Schedule Your Treatment With Us Today

If you’re suffering from sciatica back pain or pain in another area of your body, don’t hesitate to seek treatment.

We offer a holistic method to treat pain from sciatica, so you don’t have to suck down all kinds of pills, or consider surgery! We offer Ayurveda massage as well as Kativasti treatments. Either one is sure to get you on track to feeling your best.

If you’re tired of feeling like a victim to your sciatica pain, schedule your appointment today!

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