While several forms of treatment are available for treating the symptoms of sciatica, very few treatment options have been found to be successful. Conservative forms of treatment such as stretching and massage can be beneficial, but when done without proper understanding of exactly what is causing the problem, can be detrimental. Chiropractic has proven to be a quick, painless and effective treatment, but there is the occasional case that will not be helped through conventional Chiropractic care.

Sciatica Pain Treatment CaThe DX9000

Spinal Decompression is a new computerized treatment that has changed health care and the way people treat chronic low back, leg and neck pain. Through Spinal Decompression, we are able to isolate the segment/disc in the lumabr and cervical spine and correct the problem. Spinal Decompression works by seperating apart the two vertebra involved, creating a negative pressure inside the disc. This allows the disc to help re-hydrate and in cases, retract a bulge or protrusion. MRI studies before and after treatment on the DRX9000 show just this!

The greatest thing about Spinal Decompression is that patients now have a GOOD choice and option in treating chronic and debilitating low back, leg and neck pain. Countless patients have come into our office as a last resort. They are tired of the drugs, they are tired of the run-around by MD’s, and they are not willing to have a surgery that has huge risks and a low success rates.

Spinal Decompression is a safe and conservative option, but most importantly, Spinal Decompression has a success rate of up to 90% for those patients that qualify for treatment. To learn more about Spinal Decompression,check out our sister website, www.RosevilleBackCenter.com

Sciatica Pain Treatment at California

Sciatica is a commonly affecting pain which usually starts at the lower back and extends downwards to the back of either leg. Usually the pain of sciatica affects only one side of the lower body. This is a pain affecting the Sciatic nerve of the patient and thus needs special Sciatica Pain Treatment to relieve the pain of the individual patients. There are various Sciatica Pain Treatment Centers in California. However, patients need the best and the most effective result from such Sciatica Pain Treatments. Choosing the Best and effective treatment, thus, becomes the most important and crucial factors.

Mostly non surgical treatments are chosen for treating sciatica pain. The primary goals of non-surgical sciatica pain treatments are relieving pain and/or relieving any neurological symptoms caused by a compressed nerve root. Medication such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, oral steroids, muscle relaxants or narcotic medication for relieving the pain and physiotherapy or chiropractic are the most common treatments for Sciatica Pain. Chiropractic treatment and care including Spinal Decompression technique is gaining importance in treating Sciatica Pain Treatment in an efficient yet effective manner. This type of non surgical and non invasive technology uses the conservative form of treatment for the most effective results.

Sciatica pain differs for each individual patient. For some the pain can be debilitating and severe while for others the pain might be infrequent but irritating. Pain is such patients have every possibility to get worse. Sciatica pain majorly affects the age group of 40 and above.

Some of the most common symptoms of sciatica which almost all patients feel include pain in the lower back, pain in the rear or leg of the individual which gets worse when sitting, growing hip pain, a burning or a tingling sensation down the leg, inherent weakness, persisting numbness, difficulty in moving the leg or foot, a constant pain on one side of the rear end of the patient, and a shooting pain that makes it difficult for the patient to stand up or sit down. Immediate medical attention is required in case the patient complains of extreme weakness in the lower end of the body, numbness in the thigh region, and/or loss of bowel or bladder control.

Some of the prevalent causes of sciatica include irritation in the root(s) of the lower lumbar and lumbosacral spine, lumbar spinal stenosis caused by narrowing of the spinal canal in the lower back, degenerative disc disease caused due to breakdown of discs, which act as cushions between the vertebrae, Spondylolisthesis which is a condition in which one vertebra slips forward over another one, pregnancy, and muscle spasm in the back or buttocks. Sciatica pain can be caused because of obesity, not exercising regularly, not having the right sleeping posture, not using the right kind of mattress.