El Paso, TX. Chiropractor Dr. Alex Jimenez examines if sciatica can radiate to the arms.
Muscular pain that comes on suddenly in your lower back is indicative of a muscle spasm. Your muscles will feel as though they have locked up, and the pain can be unbearable.
Several lumbar spine (lower back) disorders can cause sciatica â€¦ Sometimes doctors call sciatica a radiculopathy. Radiculopathy is a medical term used to describe pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness in the arms or legs caused â€¦
No the sciatic nerve only affects the legs. No the sciatic nerve only affects the legs. Yes it can â€¦ a number of years ago i was in a car accident that left me with sever whiplash. as the years went on and i grew older the nerves between c6 â€¦
Sciatica is defined as a severe pain in a leg along the course of the sciatic nerve. The pain is felt in the back of the leg running from the buttock down â€¦
Another important stretch that I usually prescribe is a lumbar extension stretch. This one is especially important if the cause of your sciatic nerve pain is due to a â€¦
Recovery time after back surgery for a herniated disc can take several weeks to months as the muscles and ligaments in the back heal. Most people who undergo such a surgery will find relief from their previous â€¦ There is also a danger of damaging the nerves of the back and spine.
Many people suffer from sciatica, a painful lower back condition caused by a pinched nerve. Sciatica can cause severe mobility problems and debilitating pain. In serious cases, the condition can lead to progressive lower extremity â€¦
You canâ€™t help but notice the biting, shooting pain that comes with sciatica. This condition affects the sciatic nerve that runs across the buttock and down the â€¦
It is a widely accepted theory that a pinched nerve cause chest pain. These pinched nerves occur when exceeding amounts of pressure applied to surrounding bones â€¦
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