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No one likes to be in pain, but at one point or another almost everyone experienced it. Back pain is one of the most common types of pain, and too often the pain doesn't stop there. It travels down the buttocks, the leg, and may even be felt in the feet and toes. If this happens to you, you not only need to seek out back pain relief, but sciatica pain relief as well.
The reason why pain travels from the lower back into the legs is because of a pinched sciatic nerve. This is a large nerve that is located along the back of the legs. The nerve may become pinched for a number of reasons including
Lumbar herniated disc - Sciatica nerve pain is the main symptom of this condition, which is also referred to as a herniated disc, a slipped disc, a ruptured or protruding disc, or a pinched nerve. When it happens the soft material inside the disc escapes through the outer core and pinches the nerve root.
Degenerative disc disease - This happens when a disc is weakened as a result of excessive micro-motion in the spine. Inflammatory proteins are exposed from inside the disc, and the nerve root(s) become irritated. In some cases, bone spurs develop and trigger sciatica symptoms
Isthmic spondylolisthesis - This condition occurs when a small stress fracture allows one vertebral body to slip forward on another
Lumbar spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal. It is related to natural aging in the spine and is relatively common in older adults.
Pregnancy, Weight shifts can cause sciatica
Muscle strain - Overuse or misuse of muscles, can lead to muscle strain in the back, which can put pressure on the sciatic nerve
Fracture- in a lumbar vertebra, it is possible for symptoms to include sciatica. These fractures are usually caused by serious trauma, such as a fall or car accident.
Since sciatic pain can be highly uncomfortable, most are anxious to do whatever it takes to get sciatic nerve pain relief, and one of the best ways to accomplish this is by seeking out sciatica pain treatment from a chiropractor in Killeen TX. At Isdale Chiropractic clinic in Killeen, TX, our chiropractors, Dr. Scott Isdale and Dr. Shawn Isdale were literally raised in a chiropractic environment, and are experienced in both traditional chiropractic methods to treat sciatica as well as the latest methods. If you are experiencing pain in your back or legs, there's a good chance we can help with sciatica pain treatment. New patients receive a free initial consultation. Contact us today at (254) 699-4004 to schedule an appointment.
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