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Sciatica Nerve Pain Treatment El Paso, TX | Edgar M. Reyes

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Sciatica Nerve Pain:�Edgar M. Reyes works for the city of El Paso and his ability to properly engage in his occupation is an essential part of his job, however, Mr. Reyes developed sciatica, which affected his everyday performance. Unable to walk due to his sciatica nerve pain, Edgar M Reyes found chiropractic treatment with Dr. Alex Jimenez. Chiropractic care provided Mr. Reyes with the relief he deserved from his sciatica and restored his ability to walk as well as his health and wellness.

Sciatica is a set of symptoms characterized by radiating pain from the lumbar spine. This pain may go down the back, into the buttocks, hips, legs and feet. Onset is frequently sudden following tasks like heavy lifting, though slow onset may also occur. Symptoms may occur on one or both sides of the body. Pain, numbness and weakness can occur depending on the type of compression on the sciatic nerve. About 90% of sciatica cases are often due to a spinal disc herniation pressing on one of the lumbar or sacral nerve roots. Other issues that may cause sciatica include spondylolisthesis, spinal stenosis and piriformis syndrome.

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