If pain, weakness, or numbness from sciatica prevents you from participating in your favorite activities, the experienced medical team at Advanced Integrated Medical Centers in Southlake, Texas, can help. The providers offer chiropractic care, rehab exercises, massage, and stretching techniques to naturally ease sciatic pain without surgery or addictive pain medications. Call to learn more or book your appointment online today.
Sciatica is pain that radiates along the path of your sciatic nerve. This path extends from your lower back through your buttocks, hips, and down each leg. Sciatica pain might only affect one side of your body, and it can be chronic and debilitating. Symptoms include:
Sciatic pain may develop slowly or appear suddenly, and can be quite severe. The good news is sciatica often resolves with noninvasive treatment in just a few weeks.
Various health problems cause sciatica and pain associated with it, such as:
Sciatica often results when spinal bone spurs, a herniated disk, or narrowing of the spine puts pressure on your sciatic nerve.
Sciatica symptoms often go away with holistic, natural treatments. Providers at Advanced Integrated Medical Centers use the following to ease sciatica and enhance healing:
Chiropractic adjustments realign your spine and relieve compression to your sciatic nerve to ease pain. Dr. Randall or another medical staff member use gentle force and pressure to correct misalignment.
The team of integrative medicine experts at Advanced Integrated Medical Centers use low-tech rehab exercises to correct poor posture, ease sciatica pain, strengthen the surrounding tissue, and prevent recurrence. Your provider helps you complete injury-specific exercises using elastic tubing or other low-tech devices.
Stretching your back and other areas near a compressed nerve increases strength and range of motion, eases tension, and enhances healing. You’ll complete stretching exercises at the medical office and learn how to stretch at home to eliminate pain.
Advanced Integrated Medical Centers offers onsite medical massage to reduce sciatica and other forms of chronic pain. A licensed massage therapist applies manual pressure to affected areas to help relax you, relieve pressure near your sciatic nerve, and enhance healing.
When you’re ready for relief from sciatic pain once and for all, call the experts at Advanced Integrated Medical Centers today or use the online scheduling tool.