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Sciatica pain radiates along the sciatic nerve, which branches from your lower back through your hips, buttocks, and each leg. Generally, sciatica affects only one side of your body. Sciatica pain can be caused by a herniated disc, a spine bone spur, or spinal stenosis that compresses part of the nerve leading to inflammation, pain, and numbness in the affected leg. Pain associated with sciatica can be severe, but it usually resolves with non-surgical treatments in a few weeks. However, people suffering from more severe sciatica pain can experience significant weakness in the legs, bowels, and bladder.
“We don’t treat your symptoms, we build your health.” ~ Dr. David Martino D.C.
Sciatica pain results from a pinched nerve from a disc herniation or bone spur on the vertebrae. However, it could also result from pressure on the sciatica nerve from a tumor or diabetes damage. Age, obesity, certain jobs/activities, and prolonged sitting are also factors that can contribute to sciatica pain.