How To Treat Sciatica | Crosby Chiropractic | Liverpool Chiropractor near me

How to manage Lower back pain and Sciatica | Liverpool Chiropractor | Crosby Chiropractic 

 

 

  1. Exercise: Consider a group exercise programme (bio-mechanical, aerobic, mind–body or a combination of approaches) Our Chiropractors will give you home exercises and advices you what group exercise is best for you.                                                                                                   

  2. Manual therapies - spinal manipulation, mobilisation or soft tissue techniques such as massage for managing low back pain with or without sciatica, but only as part of a treatment package including exercise. Chiropractors are trained in all of the above.                                                      

  3. Diet - Eat a healthy balanced diet, making sure you get all your vitamins, minerals and amino acids. Ask your doctor for advice.                                                                                                      

  4. Psychological Treatment - Consider psychological therapies using a cognitive behavioural approach for managing low back pain with or without sciatica but only as part of a treatment package including exercise, with or without manual therapy (spinal manipulation, mobilisation or soft tissue techniques such as massage. 

 

 

 

 

What is Sciatica? and how do we treat it with Chiropractic ( Manual Therapy)?

 

 

 

Sciatica is the secondary condition and until the primary condition is fully addressed it cannot be soothed or removed.

 

Your Clinicians job is to decipher where the irritation on the Sciatic nerve is coming from ( primary condition) and what treatment modality is best to help you address the primary condition. 

 

Sciatica is a very common source of back and leg pain. Sciatica is the irritation of the Sciatic nerve. 

 

The Sciatic nerve starts out as several different smaller nerves. From L4 (4th Lumbar Vertebrae) to S3 (3rd Sacral Vertebrae) in the lower back, nerves exits from level of the vertebrae. These nerves join to form the Sciatic Nerve. 

 

The Sciatic nerve passes under or through your Piriformis muscle, continuing down the back of your thigh. The Sciatic nerve splits then into two nerves when it reaches the popliteal fossa. These nerves are called the Tibial and Common Peroneal nerves respectively.

 

 

Please contact us to see what your Primary Condition is.

Call 0151 528 3830 for your consultation. 

We can take online and phone bookings. 

For online bookings visit www.chirocrosby.com 

 

 

 

 

 

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CROSBY CHIROPRACTIC

127a St Johns Road,

Waterloo, Liverpool

L22 9QE

0151 528 3830

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