How to Get Rid of Pinched Sciatic Nerve Pain & Get Relief From Sciatica


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    1. 1. Learn the What is a pinched sciatic nerve, it’s Causes, Symptoms, First Aid and Treatment of Pinched Sciatic Nerve Pain How to Get Rid of Pinched Sciatic Nerve Pain Copyright
    2. 2. Which is the Sciatic Nerve? This is the nerve that originates from the lower back specifically from the Sacrum(the bone that is felt when you touch the lower back)it stretches down the buttocks and further down the thigh to go insert on the calf muscles at the back of the upper part of the leg. Copyright
    3. 3. Sciatic Nerve Definition cont… This is the longest nerve in the body and supplies the gluteus muscles (butt muscles), muscles of the thigh including the hamstring, the quadrants and finally the calf muscles. It is also the nerve that is severed in case of poor administration of injections on the Copyright
    4. 4. Causes of Pinched Nerve Sciatic Pain Spinal stenosis: This is the narrowing of the canal that contains the spinal cord leading to compression of the nerve and its roots Copyright
    5. 5. Causes Cont…. Spinal neoplasms: This is a where there are cancers that occur within the spinal canal that exert pressure on the nerve roots of the sciatic nerve Muscle spasms: In case of an acute onset of muscle spasms especially the piriformis muscle where the nerve is ‘housed’ can lead to the nerve being trapped in between the spasms leading to the pain this leads to what is called the Piriformis Syndrome. Spinal injury: Injury that impacts on the spine can lead to damage of the sciatic nerve and its roots leading to inflammation of the nerve Disc disorders: Occurs as a result of one vertebral disc overlying another leading to the nerve being injured Arthritis: Inflammation of the joints of vertebral discs can lead to compression of the nerve causing pain . Muscle imbalance Copyright
    6. 6. Sciatica This is a situation whereby the sciatic nerve is compressed, inflamed or pinched as a result of an underlying condition that results in the nerve being injured. Copyright
    7. 7. Symptoms of Pinched Sciatic Nerve Pain Sharp, Burning and Debilitating pain along the Sciatic Nerve Nausea and Vomiting Fever Chills and Body Weakness Numbness on the areas supplied by the nerve Burning and tingling sensation or ‘pins and needles’ sensation Sometimes one may feel a difficulty in controlling bowel & bladder movements (Seek Immediate Medical Help in such a case)Copyright
    8. 8. First Aid & Treatment 1. Apply cold compresses on the areas intermittently (on and off) to reduce inflammation and consequently reduce the pain Copyright
    9. 9. A hot bath is also advised to help reduce the tension on body muscles in case of a spasm Copyright
    10. 10. Drug therapy: Analgesics (pain killers) are usually prescribed which include ibuprofen (brufen) and diclofenac (dinac). Antidepressants commonly diazepam may also be prescribed to help reduce the patient’s anxiety. Copyright
    11. 11. Physical therapy or Massage Therapy along the spine Copyright
    12. 12. Surgery may be sought as a last option in case of a herniated (dislodged disc) to correct it Copyright
    13. 13. Recommendations in case of Pinched Sciatic Nerve Cold compresses Hot regular baths in case of muscle spasms Avoid lifting heavy objects Seek Medical help incase of persistent pain Learn how You can>>> Cure Sciatica in just 8mins<<<. Or simply go to >>> <<< and get your free guide there. Sciatica Copyright
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