Sciatica PainThe painful spinal condition known as sciatica isdifferent from low-back pain. However, low backpain often accompanies sciatica. Usually, sciaticaaffects only one side. Pain often radiates down thebuttock or leg. It can range from a tingling, burningpin -and-needles feeling to excruciating, burning,shooting pain that makes standing nearlyimpossible. Coughing, sneezing, and sitting makethe pain worse. Your leg or foot may be numb orweak and have odd sensations in it. You may beunable to move your foot or bend your kneeThe sciatica nerves are the largest nerves in thebody about as big around as your thumb. Theystart in the lower spine, and go down the buttockand the back of the leg of the foot. Pain from thisnerve, may be felt from the back to the big toSometimes the sciatic nerve is pinched betweernvertebrae, or the passageways between thevertebrae are narrowed by arthritis or swellingwhich pinches the sciatic nerve causing it tobecome rritated and tender. A disk (the cushionbetween the vertebrae) may bulge out of placeand press on the nerve. At times, no exact causefound, but movement that is normally harmles(such as bending over) suddenly brings violet painYou may feel the pain only when you move aroundor all the time. The pain may be temporary anddisappear in a short time, or it may continue andrequire diagnosis and treatment.Determining the source of the problem is essentialto recommending the right method of treatment.Therefore, a comprehensive examination will berequired to find the cause of your pain. The firststep is a thorough medical history. Your doctor mayask how and when the pain started, whether it hasoccurred before and how it was treated. Next, thedoctor will perform a physical examination, whichmay include looking for muscle weakness orfeeling for tender area, and observing your rangeof motion how far and in which direction you canmove, X-ray studies of your bones and joints mayalso be requiredBradhamTo RecCHIROPRACTICNon-Surgical Treatment407K East Jackson Blvd. Erwin, NC910 892-111wce Bradham. 0Gwww.bradhamchiro.netFASA, FIAMA, Dipl. Ac

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Sciatica Pain The painful spinal condition known as sciatica is different from low-back pain. However, low back pain often accompanies sciatica. Usually, sciatica affects only one side. Pain often radiates down the buttock or leg. It can range from a tingling, burning pin -and-needles feeling to excruciating, burning, shooting pain that makes standing nearly impossible. Coughing, sneezing, and sitting make the pain worse. Your leg or foot may be numb or weak and have odd sensations in it. You may be unable to move your foot or bend your knee The sciatica nerves are the largest nerves in the body about as big around as your thumb. They start in the lower spine, and go down the buttock and the back of the leg of the foot. Pain from this nerve, may be felt from the back to the big to Sometimes the sciatic nerve is pinched betweern vertebrae, or the passageways between the vertebrae are narrowed by arthritis or swelling which pinches the sciatic nerve causing it to become rritated and tender. A disk (the cushion between the vertebrae) may bulge out of place and press on the nerve. At times, no exact cause found, but movement that is normally harmles (such as bending over) suddenly brings violet pain You may feel the pain only when you move around or all the time. The pain may be temporary and disappear in a short time, or it may continue and require diagnosis and treatment. Determining the source of the problem is essential to recommending the right method of treatment. Therefore, a comprehensive examination will be required to find the cause of your pain. The first step is a thorough medical history. Your doctor may ask how and when the pain started, whether it has occurred before and how it was treated. Next, the doctor will perform a physical examination, which may include looking for muscle weakness or feeling for tender area, and observing your range of motion how far and in which direction you can move, X-ray studies of your bones and joints may also be required Bradham To Rec CHIROPRACTIC Non-Surgical Treatment 407K East Jackson Blvd. Erwin, NC 910 892-111wce Bradham. 0G www.bradhamchiro.net FASA, FIAMA, Dipl. Ac

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