Sciatica Pain Treatment Nashik

 

If you are having recurrent episodes of low back pain that is sudden, severe, shooting and that radiates from lower back to thigh, leg or foot; you are most probably suffering from sciatica. It is sometimes referred as sciatic nerve pain. The sciatic nerve is largest nerve of body. The pain of sciatica is generally one sided and is aggravated by sitting, lifting and twisting, coughing, sneezing, staining at stools.  The sciatic pain is really debilitating, affecting your movements and normal personal routine.

Walk painlessly without surgery with treatment by MD specialist with 40 years of experience in modern 4.5* star rated acupuncture clinic. NO side effects!  Sciatica pain treatment in Nashik is provided effectively by Dr Pardeshi Acupuncture Pain Therapy centre as exemplified in Sciatica pain Review

 

“I am Mr Heda, accountant. I have to sit in front of computer for hours. I was having back pain and pain legs (due to sciatica) since many years. I had taken many treatments but had no relief. Then I took Dr Pardeshi Acupuncture pain Therapy and I got 85% relief now.”

Sciatica Pain symptoms:

Patient may complain of low back pain, pain shooting along the thighs to legs or toes, constant tingling numbness or burning sensation, inability to stand, sit or walk. Generally pain from sciatica is noted only one side but pain in sciatica can be on both sides.

Diagnosis of sciatic nerve pain

History, clinical examination is usually sufficient to establish the diagnosis. Radiographic examinations like MRI are essential to correctly establish site, structural cause and status of disease.  X ray is of NO USE in this condition.

Causes of Sciatica

Causative factors may be pinching of sciatic nerve due to degeneration of disc, spondylolisthesis of isthmus, spinal stenosis, piriformis muscle syndrome, prolapsed inter-vertebral disc (PID), dysfunction of sacroiliac joint or spondylolisthesis.

 

  • Degeneration ofdisc Even though disc degeneration is a natural process of aging, some people may have one or more degenerated discs in the lower back which can irritate a nerve root and cause sciatica. Inflammatory proteins from inside the disc become exposed and irritate the nerve root(s) in the area.
  • Isthmic Spondylolisthesis This is condition where a small stress fracture allows one vertebral body to slip forward on another; say, if the L5 vertebra slips forward over the S1 vertebra. This results into combination of disc space collapse, the fracture, and the vertebral body slipping forward. Thus the nerve fibre of sciatic nerve can get pinched and cause sciatic pain.
  • Spinal Stenosis - Lumbar spinal narrowing of the spinal canal can be common cause of sciatica. Lumbar spinal narrowing is common in adults over age 60 and related to natural aging in the spine. The narrowing typically results from a combination of one or more of the following pathology: enlarged facet joints, overgrowth of soft tissue, and a bulging disc placing pressure on the nerve roots, causing sciatica.
  • Piriformis muscle syndrome– The sciatic nerve runs under the Piriformis muscle in the buttock and can get irritated. If the Piriformis muscle irritates or pinches a nerve root that comprises the sciatic nerve, it can cause sciatica-type pain.
  • Dysfunction of Sacroiliac joint– Sacroiliac joint can also irritate the L5 nerve, which lies on top of the sacroiliac joint since it is located at the bottom of the spine can cause sciatica-type pain.
  • Prolapsed Disc
    Herniated disc is sometimes referred to as a slipped disc, ruptured disc, bulging disc, protruding disc, or a pinched nerve. When the soft inner core of the disc (nucleus pulpous) leaks out, herniated disc occurs through the fibrous outer core (annulus) and may irritates the contiguous nerve root. There can be many reasons for sciatica and prolapsed inter-vertebral disc is one of them. Therefore sciatica is the most common symptom of a lumbar herniated disc but prolapsed inter-vertebral disc is not most common cause of sciatica. That means, if there is prolapsed disc, sciatica is most common symptom but if sciatica is there prolapsed disc is just one of reason which is not common one.

All above conditions needing sciatic pain treatment in Nashik are amenable to Dr Pardeshi Acupuncture Pain therapy as seen in this review

 Acute Sciatica pain treatment with acupuncture is most effective.

For optimum relief from sciatica pain

 

  • Bed rest for one or two weeks followed by mobilisation. Rest has major role in conservative management of pain to get sciatica pain relief.
  • Much of initial pain of acute sciatica is due to inflammation therefore analgesics and steroids are prescribed. In spite of this fact, steroid injection in spine has no advantage over oral use, yet it is used unnecessarily routinely.
  • Surgery is considered ONLY IF conservative treatment over month does not provide sciatic back pain relief or worsens the pain, wasting of muscle or there is restricted movement of straight leg raise test.
  • Our extensive experience in this subject shows acupuncture treatment is most effective treatment for acute sciatica at present. Unfortunately it is least used method by allopathic doctors due their ignorance or unexplained aversion.

   Dr Pardeshi Acupuncture Pain Therapy has expertise providing acute sciatica treatment in Nashik as reported here in review.

 

 

Sciatica pain relief treatment:  

After treating thousands patients, we feel best option for sciatica symptoms and treatment is acupuncture. It has been repeatedly substantiated by patients in their reviews.

Rationally, sciatica cure would require treatment of one or more of above management elements. Again sciatica surgeries like spinal stenosis surgery, in present scenario gives relief to only 65% of patients. Rest of 35% of patents continue to suffer. It is interesting to see that these patients of failed surgeries come back to us with original complaints for acupuncture relief. And majority of them get relief.

It is unfortunate these patients miss sciatica leg pain relief by acupuncture in initial stage and come for acupuncture therapy as last resort. Although there is no sciatica cure or stenosis cure, acupuncture can give sciatica relief to reasonably comfortable level for our most of patients.

  • My experience with acupuncture is very positive; it provided me instant relief says report in

 

Causes of Sciatica

Causative factors may be pinching of sciatic nerve due to degeneration of disc, spondylolisthesis of isthmus, spinal stenosis, piriformis muscle syndrome, prolapsed inter-vertebral disc (PID), dysfunction of sacroiliac joint or spondylolisthesis.

 

  • Degeneration ofdisc Even though disc degeneration is a natural process of aging, some people may have one or more degenerated discs in the lower back which can irritate a nerve root and cause sciatica. Inflammatory proteins from inside the disc become exposed and irritate the nerve root(s) in the area.
  • Isthmic Spondylolisthesis This is condition where a small stress fracture allows one vertebral body to slip forward on another; say, if the L5 vertebra slips forward over the S1 vertebra. This results into combination of disc space collapse, the fracture, and the vertebral body slipping forward. Thus the nerve fibre of sciatic nerve can get pinched and cause sciatic pain.
  • Spinal Stenosis - Lumbar spinal narrowing of the spinal canal can be common cause of sciatica. Lumbar spinal narrowing is common in adults over age 60 and related to natural aging in the spine. The narrowing typically results from a combination of one or more of the following pathology: enlarged facet joints, overgrowth of soft tissue, and a bulging disc placing pressure on the nerve roots, causing sciatica.
  • Piriformis muscle syndrome– The sciatic nerve runs under the Piriformis muscle in the buttock and can get irritated. If the Piriformis muscle irritates or pinches a nerve root that comprises the sciatic nerve, it can cause sciatica-type pain.
  • Dysfunction of Sacroiliac joint– Sacroiliac joint can also irritate the L5 nerve, which lies on top of the sacroiliac joint since it is located at the bottom of the spine can cause sciatica-type pain.
  • Prolapsed Disc
    Herniated disc is sometimes referred to as a slipped disc, ruptured disc, bulging disc, protruding disc, or a pinched nerve. When the soft inner core of the disc (nucleus pulpous) leaks out, herniated disc occurs through the fibrous outer core (annulus) and may irritates the contiguous nerve root. There can be many reasons for sciatica and prolapsed inter-vertebral disc is one of them. Therefore sciatica is the most common symptom of a lumbar herniated disc but prolapsed inter-vertebral disc is not most common cause of sciatica. That means, if there is prolapsed disc, sciatica is most common symptom but if sciatica is there prolapsed disc is just one of reason which is not common one.

All above conditions needing sciatic pain treatment in Nashik are amenable to Dr Pardeshi Acupuncture Pain therapy as seen in this review

 Acute Sciatica pain treatment with acupuncture is most effective.

For optimum relief from sciatica pain

 

  • Bed rest for one or two weeks followed by mobilisation. Rest has major role in conservative management of pain to get sciatica pain relief.
  • Much of initial pain of acute sciatica is due to inflammation therefore analgesics and steroids are prescribed. In spite of this fact, steroid injection in spine has no advantage over oral use, yet it is used unnecessarily routinely.
  • Surgery is considered ONLY IF conservative treatment over month does not provide sciatic back pain relief or worsens the pain, wasting of muscle or there is restricted movement of straight leg raise test.
  • Our extensive experience in this subject shows acupuncture treatment is most effective treatment for acute sciatica at present. Unfortunately it is least used method by allopathic doctors due their ignorance or unexplained aversion.

   Dr Pardeshi Acupuncture Pain Therapy has expertise providing acute sciatica treatment in Nashik as reported here in review.

 

 

Sciatica pain relief treatment:  

After treating thousands patients, we feel best option for sciatica symptoms and treatment is acupuncture. It has been repeatedly substantiated by patients in their reviews.

Rationally, sciatica cure would require treatment of one or more of above management elements. Again sciatica surgeries like spinal stenosis surgery, in present scenario gives relief to only 65% of patients. Rest of 35% of patents continue to suffer. It is interesting to see that these patients of failed surgeries come back to us with original complaints for acupuncture relief. And majority of them get relief.

It is unfortunate these patients miss sciatica leg pain relief by acupuncture in initial stage and come for acupuncture therapy as last resort. Although there is no sciatica cure or stenosis cure, acupuncture can give sciatica relief to reasonably comfortable level for our most of patients.

  • My experience with acupuncture is very positive; it provided me instant relief says report in

 

Spine health

“my experience with acupuncture was very positive, and it provided almost instant relief. After 10 sessions, I was pain free, and I credit a big part of my healing to it. I continue to work on staying pain free by doing my stretches and getting acupuncture as needed. I hope my story can give anyone searching for natural pain remedies hope.”

  • Acupuncture can relieve sciatica symptoms and increase pain threshold says report in

US National Library of Medicine

 

“CONCLUSION:

Acupuncture can relieve the symptoms of sciatica with the increase of pain threshold.”

Sciatica treatment at home

Sciatica treatment exercises  

All sciatica pain relief exercises  basically sciatica nerve exercises involving sciatic nerve and muscles supplied by it. Sciatic nerve pain relief exercises need to be initiated after careful assessment of whole clinical condition and severity of disease and complaints. Sciatica stretching should be stated with minimal range and built up slowly. One must not push beyond limits.  Following exercises are advised according to condition of patients - Piriformis stretch, standing back Bends, planks and reaches, hamstring extensions, stationary vibration machines

Yoga, Ayurvedic and Homeopathic treatments

Yoga treatment for sciatica pain, especially due to pyriformis muscle can be effective. Yoga involving forward bending or stretching back of legs can irritate sciatic nerve and exacerbate complaints. Similarly Tai Chi treatment for sciatica pain is effective. Qigong treatment for sciatica pain needs special training and can be useful tool of its management. Respect warning signal of pain from body when doing exercises. Exercises must be slowly progressive. Sudden load on muscles or must be avoided.  Formula of gentle progress must not be forgotten.

Patients report having taken Ayurvedic treatment for Sciatica pain and report some relief also. Similarly, Homeopathic treatment for sciatica pain has also has some satisfied patients. Acupressure treatment for sciatica pain has limited scope. 

In case you need more information on exercises before resorting to sciatica treatment in Nashik, feel free to contact Dr Pardeshi Acupuncture Pain Therapy. Effectiveness of therapy is indicated by sciatica pain treatment review