Here are 4 exercise/stretches that your chiropractor/physical therapist may recommend to help you reduce sciatic nerve pain:
Its purpose is to strengthen the lower abdominal muscles and stretch the lower back.
Its purpose is to help reduce nerve compression in the low back, that can help alleviate lower back pain.
Knee to chest exercise/stretches can help reduce nerve compression on the lumbar spine alleviating lower back pain.
Its purpose is to increase the spine�s mobility and flexibility.
There will be a gentle stretching sensation on the opposite side of lower back and hip area
Lower body rotations can help you strengthen your lower abdominal muscles and stretch your low back.�
Its purpose is to strengthen the abdominal muscles, low back and stabilize the areas.
Once this�exercise/stretch can be performed 10 times with functional pain, add arm movement with each leg extension:
Perform 10 times
Abdominal and spinal muscles are essential components of the spine�s system.
These exercises/stretches can help:
These exercises can help keep the spine�s structural components strong and healthy along with reducing pain and speeding up healing.
Regular exercise causes the body to release endorphins or hormones that interact with the pain receptors in the brain that reduce the perception of pain.
Do not to perform any of these exercises without consulting your doctor,� spine specialist or chiropractor.
Whatever level of fitness, remember even trained professional athletes exercise with a doctor, physical therapist, or other healthcare expert’s approval and clearance.
Obtaining an accurate diagnosis for the exact cause of the sciatic pain
Is essential before considering any exercise program
Be gentle with your spine, don�t push too hard while doing exercises. This is to avoid exacerbating sciatic pain or creating a new injury.
If exercise increases pain or causes nerve-related symptoms like:
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Sciatica is generally caused by the compression of lumbar or thoracic nerves or by compression of the sciatic nerve. When sciatica is caused by compression of a lower back nerve root, it’s called lumbar radiculopathy. This can happen due to a spinal disc bulge or spinal disk herniation (a herniated intervertebral disc), or by roughening, extending, or misalignment (spondylolisthesis) of the fascia, or as a result of degenerated discs that could reduce the diameter of the lateral foramen by which nerve roots exit the spine.
Sciatica is characterized by a shooting pain that originates in the lower back and travels down through the hip, buttock, and back of the leg. The pain can be so severe that it inhibits mobility and can prevent people from working, taking care of their home, or just enjoying their life. Doctors have treated the condition with medications and some invasive therapies, but chiropractic treatments have been found to be extremely effective in alleviating the pain and curing the condition.
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