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The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body, consisting of individual nerve roots that begin by branching out from the spine and then combine to form the sciatic nerve.

  • The sciatic nerve begins in the lower back, usually at the lumbar segment 3 (L3).
  • At each level of the lower spine a nerve root exists from the inner part of the spinal canal and each of them combine to form a large sciatic nerve.
  • The sciatic nerve begins from the lower back, goes through the buttock, and down the back of the legs.

The term sciatica pain is used to describe leg pain, affecting about 43 percent of the population. It rarely develops before age 20, and middle-aged individuals are most prone to suffering from it.

Most people who experience sciatica pain get better in a couple of weeks or months and relieve their pain with nonsurgical treatment.  However, the leg pain from a pinched nerve can be debilitating for others.

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6 MOST COMMON CAUSES OF SCIATICA
  1. Lumbar herniated disc
  2. Degenerative disc disease
  3. Isthmic spondylolisthesis
  4. Lumbar spinal stenosis
  5. Piriformis syndrome
  6. Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
COMMON SCIATICA SYMPTOMS
  • Pain in one side of the buttock/ leg, and rarely in both sides
  • Pain that starts in the low back or buttock and continues down the thigh
  • Pain that worsens when sitting or standing
  • Pain described as searing or sharp
  • Numbness or weakness down the leg
  • Numbness or weakness when moving the leg
  • Shooting pain in one leg, which makes it difficult to walk or stand up
  • Pain and other symptoms in the toes

THE MOST COMMON NONSURGICAL TREATMENTS INCLUDE:

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