sciatica treatment sciatica refers to the pain that radiates along the path of the sciatic nerve which branches from the lower back through the hips buttocks and down each leg lets have a look at siatica 240% of people have sciatica at some point of time is one of the most common problems that affect humankind its mostcommon during people in their forties and fifties and man are more frequentlyaffected than women the condition has been known to exist since very very ancienttimes sciatic nerve we need to understand what is the sciatic nerve to understand sciatica the sciatic nerve is actually the biggest nerve in
the body formed by the combination ofthe nerve roots emerging from the L4,L5,S1,S2,and S3 vertebrae from the back the nerve is a big one that forms from all these roots and then travels through the back of the of the buttocks through the thighs and into the legs andso sciatica is a problem that manifest from the back down to the legs you cansee that one of the most common causes of sciatica is the disc that is between the two vertebrae comprising these roots of the sciatic nerve if any of these roots are compressed by prolapsed disc
that is the cause of sciatica about 90% of the time sciatica is only costs by spinal discherniation or lumbar spondylosis pressing on one of the lumbar or sacral nerve roots other problems that may result in sciatica are spondylolisthesis spinal stenosis piriformis syndrome piriformis is the muscle that is very very close to the sciatic nerveand infact muscles into spasm that can also press on the sciatic nerve and produceproblem pelvic tumors can also cause sciatica very rarely compression baby's head duringpregnancy is also a cause of sciatica conventional treatment for sciatica is predominantlycomprising of pain medication in about
ninety percent of the patients theproblem goes away in less than six weeks if the pain is severe and it lasts for more than six weeks thensurgery is recommended in modern medicine while surgery is often capable ofreducing the pain and producing an immediate improvement the longtermbenefits of surgery are very very unclear that is this inthis context that we present arogya avn arogya's ayurvedic treatment protocol for treatment of sciatica wetreat chronic sciatica even in those patients are being recommended for surgery with ayurvedic intervention the ayurvedic intervention comprises of ayurvedic medicines both
oral as well as external we give sometablets certain capsules certain oils and other herbal preparations which are capable ofhelping the patient's get over the problem we also administered ayurvedicmassage therapies like herbal powders and prepared to a bolus and we givesome therapeutic massages we also have certain oil based massage therapieswhich are very effective in relieving the pain and symptoms associated in sciatica ayurvedic medicated enemas called as vastis form the main core of the treatment when it comes to sciaticaespecially when it is caused by a
protruding disc in our case we also integrate ayurvedic treatment with modern physiotherapy and yoga and so AVN arogya's treatment is a holistic approachintegrating the aspects of modern diagnosis ayurvedic treatment combinedwith physiotherapy and yoga our treatment protocol really works by healing the nerve that is compressed by the protruding discs or the hypertrophy joint andthat is what is causing the sciatic symptoms and our treatment helps inhealing the nerve that is damaged by these protrusions it also helps to relievethe associated inflammation it also helps
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My name is Susan Barich and I am 64 and ahalf years old and I started experiencing sciatica pain in October this is now middleof February and I would say that the pain ranged constantly from the middle of Octoberfrom a 5 to a 8 everyday all day long a little bit at night. And I read in the paper that Falkenroth had some therapies for sciatica so I came in 2 weeks ago. I've had 3 sessionsand I am experiencing very very very little pain. Maybe no pain most of the time and oncein a while a 2. So I'm real happy. Thank you Falkenroth.