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I am a newly diagnosed with sciatica individual who is wondering, after reading several medical sections on this disease, HOW does one actually 'recover' from it if it is related to spinal deterioration? If one's spine is doing some deterioration it may be stopped some, but how will that reduce inflamation to the sciatic nerve? I guess I see the deterioration of one as always impacting on the other.
I am a moderately active person upon whom different manageable ailaments are creeping (thyroid, hypoglycemia). I don't enjoy 'reduced activity'--at all!