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Sciatica is characterized by pain that runs along the path of the sciatic nerve, usually traveling from the lower back and buttocks and the back, outer side of the leg, sometimes as far as the foot. [divider]. [tabs]. [tab title="Symptoms"]. Symptoms of sciatica include pain, burning, tingling, stabbing, and aching anywhere along the path of the sciatic nerve...

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  1. JOE WRIGHT / May 11, 2012, 5:00 pm

    thanks for the info will do, really appericate it

  2. Peter Eby / May 11, 2012, 4:00 pm

    Pinched nerve ans Sciatica are one in the same. The Sciatica nerve is a long nerve running from the base of your spine all the way down to your foot. When it’s pinched it can cause pain anywhere it runs.
    You need to do stretching exercise to take the pressure off the nerve. Have a physiotherapist show you a specific set of exercises. It’s worth the assessment. Once you know how to do the exercises you can do them on your own.
    Supplements that help are Omega3 fish oils, Glucosamine, Calcium,Vitamin D, Q10 and a bioavaible curcumin complex. Choose high quality supplements, because the cheaper ones are ineffective, and often contain impurities or steroids.
    Basically you want to reduce the inflammation and give you body the tools to repair.

    All the best Joe. Hope that was helpful.

    I also have an inversion table, but find I get a massive headache when I use it.

  3. JOE WRIGHT / May 11, 2012, 11:12 am

    I got hurt at work since then my hips to my knees get numb and tingly when sit or stand still for more 30 mins, 2 different doctors told me 2 different things one is a pinched nerve and the other is siatica can you help me please and thank you

  4. Peter Eby / April 23, 2012, 8:18 am

    I my case several herniated discs has misplaced the S1 nerve route. This causes me a great deal of discomfort, but since I have a high tolerance for pain the doctors have decided not to operate and fix the problem. I have tried realignment in form of chiropractic and acupuncture to no avail. While the problem remains, I’ve had a great deal of success dealing resulting inflammation through proper diet, stretches and nutrition. I’m not able to get all the vitamins and anti-oxidants I require through diet alone, so I am taking high quality natural supplements.

  5. Madelaine Miller / March 18, 2012, 7:51 pm

    I have a irritated nerve diagnosed by a myleogram. So I have neuralgia. I see their are a lot of homeopathic remedies . How do you know which one to choose?

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  7. carlos valles / June 14, 2011, 6:13 pm

    Thank You Kevin for the information. My affiliate’s mother has pain from her hip to her leg. The Dr. says she has a pinch nerve in her leg. And the dinner at Nashville great.

  8. Jan Ibarguen / March 26, 2011, 11:19 am

    Is sciatic neuralgia the same as degenerative disc disease?

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