If you’re suffering from low back pain or pain that goes down from your back into your legs and feet, you may have sciatica. But, thanks to The Nerve & Disc Institute’s IntraDiscNutrosis® treatment program, there is a natural, non-invasive way to get lasting results. Don’t settle for living every day in pain. Call now to see if you qualify for this unique treatment program.
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All of which can travel from the back to the buttocks and legs. Though the pain is sometimes just a manageable inconvenience, more often than not it can be debilitating, severely decreasing quality of life. Because the source of the pain is a compressive force caused by motion of the spinal vertebrae, various motions can cause the pain to flare up. These include but are not limited to: prolonged sitting or standing, jerking motions such as those from sneezing and laughing, and bending backward. Left untreated this pain can worsen over time if the herniated disc causing the pinched nerve is not allowed to heal.
According to the Mayo Clinic, Sciatica refers to pain that radiates along the path of the sciatic nerve, which branches from your lower back through your hips and buttocks and down each leg. Sciatica most commonly occurs when a herniated disk, bone spur on the spine or narrowing of the spine (spinal stenosis) compresses part of the nerve
Sciatica, generally speaking, is caused by inflammation of the sciatic nerves which run from the spinal column down through each of the legs. This inflammation is typically the direct result of a damaged or herniated disc. These discs, which sit between each of the spinal vertebrae, are tough, jelly-like rings that protect the nerves traveling to and from the spinal cord itself as the spine compresses throughout the day. When the spine is moved abnormally through heavy lifting or injury, the discs can rupture, limiting their ability to absorb the compressive forces they’re continuously exposed to. As a result, any nerve that happens to run through the area that’s now being compressed is pinched. More often than not with these kinds of injuries, the pinched nerve in question is the Sciatic nerve.
The Nerve & Disc Institute’s™ IntraDiscNutrosis® (using DiscLogix®) treatment program is a medical breakthrough for people suffering from bulging discs, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, stenosis, sciatica, and other disc-related symptoms. It is not physical therapy, chiropractic care, pain management, injections, or spinal surgery. Your disc has built-in mechanisms to repair itself, and IntraDiscNutrosis® gets them working again. Now you have a proven alternative to invasive procedures like surgery or epidural injections.