What is sciatica?
Sciatica refers to pain that radiates along the path of the sciatica nerve, which branches from your lower back through your hips and buttocks and down each leg. Sciatica causes are most commonly when the sciatica nerve is pinched by usually a herniated disk in your spine or by a bone overgrowth (bone spur) on your vertebrae or sometimes you can develop sciatica in pregnancy.
What are sciatica symptoms?
Sciatica symptoms are: mild to severe pain in lower back with pain in buttock and pain back of leg typically on one side of the body which worsens on minor movement and on coughing and sneezing; numbness, weakness and pins and needles feeling in your lower back, buttock, legs and feet.
Your physiotherapist will physically assess & test for sciatica diagnosis 140, use hands on physiotherapy, shockwave therapy, dry needling and taping. Advice re exercise, good postures and body biomechanics. Prescribe sciatica exercises and sciatica stretches via our exercise prescription software Salaso to help with sciatica pain relief. Prescribe orthotics, back supports, kinesiology tape, foam roller and resistance bands.
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