The term sciatica refers to a set of symptoms, such as pain, tingling, numbness, or weakness that radiates along your sciatic nerve—which typically courses from your lower back down to your feet.
Sciatica Blog Posts
Pain from degenerative disc disease can be debilitating, but you have options. Exercise, over-the-counter pain medications, lifestyle changes, and surgery are all valid ways to control degenerative disc disease pain.
For many people, having a clear understanding of the anatomical structures of the spine and how they can cause pain will help you have a better discussion with your doctor.
Traveling with sciatica can cause your symptoms to aggravate or flare, making your overall experience less exciting. Here are 3 helpful tips to control or minimize your sciatica pain during your next long trip.
Exercise is often advised for treating sciatica pain in the short term and to prevent future recurrences. But some doctors may also recommend epidural steroid injections for your sciatica. Which treatment is a better option? Here’s a comparison.
Learn 5 tips that you may have not heard about before that may contribute to relieving your sciatica pain.
If you have tried the common sciatica treatments and if your symptoms continue to bother you, try these 4 overlooked and effective remedies to relieve your sciatica pain.
There are rare sciatica-related symptoms that may indicate a severe injury to your spinal nerve roots and/or your spinal cord. Read on to learn about two such symptoms that require immediate medical attention.