Sciatica – LIVE WEBINAR â€¢ (915) 613-5303
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Join us for a live webinar where we discuss symptoms, what factors impact inflammation, and how it ties into sciatica.
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Sciatica Pain Treatment: It begins in the lower back and extends through the buttocks down the back of each leg to the thighs and feet.
The most common symptom is leg pain. However, the condition has a number of lesser-known symptoms.
â„¹ï¸ Difficulty moving the foot or leg/knee pain that worsens while sitting.
â„¹ï¸ Hip pain
â„¹ï¸ Leg tingling or burning
â„¹ï¸ Reduced back pain
â„¹ï¸ Weakness or numbness
Classic sciatic pain starts in the low back and buttocks. It affects one leg traveling down the back of the thigh, past the knee, and sometimes into the calf and foot. The pain feels worse in the leg than in the back. It can range from a mild ache to severe burning or a shooting pain. Numbness or tingling i.e. â€œpins & needlesâ€ can occur in your leg and foot. This usually is not a concern unless you have weakness in your leg muscles or foot drop.
Sitting usually causes the most pain because of the weight this position puts onto the discs. Activities, such as bending or twisting, worsen the pain, whereas lying down tends to bring relief. Running or walking may actually feel better than sitting or standing for too long.
To learn more about sciatica, inflammation and the role they both play with each other as well as autoimmunity join us for a live webinar. Sciatica and inflammation are both extremely complicated but can be explained in a way that brings individuals clarity and understanding.
This webinar is led by Dr. Alexander Jimenez, who has advanced training in functional medicine, neurophysiology, and clinical applications.
*Additional Education: M.S.A.C.P – Licensed in Texas & New Mexico. Scope of Practice Governed and Determined by State License & State Board Rules & Regulations.h extremely complicated but can be explained in a way that brings individuals clarity.
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