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There are so many factors that make Sciatica one of most difficult conditions to treat. From Piriformis Syndrome to Herniated Discs, each one of them come with their own symptoms and guidelines, making the diagnostic process complex and treating even harder. This article gives you some tips on how to identify the symptoms and some of the daily treatments you can include in your schedule and get yourself back to health.
One of the ways to identify sciatica pain is when you experience a pain that runs to your feet from your lower back. You may experience tingling, numbness or muscle weakness in these two parts of the body which can be serious at times during the day or night. This serves as a good sign that you may be having the condition and should seek medical attention as soon as possible. These symptoms will go away gradually if the right measures are taken to treat it. A more serious sciatica symptom may be irregular bladder and bowl movement which can be severe at times. When this is the case, one is advised to visit a doctor as soon as possible.
If you are experiencing minor sciatic symptoms that never seem to go away, then there are various treatment plans you can make use of and get well within a short period of time. Treatments such as yoga and exercise will cost you very little and will benefit your body in many more ways.
The first and easiest sciatic treatment plan involves some exercises done in the comfort of one’s home. The exercises can take up to 20 minutes or even less each day and within no time at all, one will start experiencing relief and the pain will go away. This can be done at any time of the day.
The next treatment is also very simple but will yield great results. All you have to do is visit your doctor once or twice each week and dramatically reduce the pain. Massage therapists or Chiropractors have been used for a long time and have proven to be very effective among different patients from all over the world.
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Article published April 1st, 2011
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