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Posted on 08-15-2016

Treatment for Sciatica Pain in West Hartford

Our chiropractic office address the underlying cause of sciatica pain for residents of West Hartford, Bloomfield, Hartford, Simsbury, Canton, Avon, Farmington, Glastonbury and Newington. At West Hartford Chiropractic, our chiropractors diagnose your pain and adjust your spine to reduce sciatica pain. Seeing a chiropractor for sciatic pain is the start of a pain-free, natural recovery. We do not mask your back and leg pain with medication.  We strive to restore normal function to help eliminate and prevent future occurrences of sciatica pain.

If you are experiencing sciatic pain, you may feel one or a combination of:

  • pain in the lower back
  • pain that radiates down your hips and legs
  • tingling or weakness in your legs
  • pain in your behind 

Causes of Sciatica Pain

There are many ways to compromise your sciatic nerve. This nerve exits the spinal column from your lower back. It is susceptible to conditions such as disc degeneration in which the cushiony substance between the vertebrae slips out from its enclosure. This creates inflammation of the nerve which can lead to lower back and leg pain. Our chiropractors restore proper motion to your lower back to alleviate this irritation and your symptoms. 

Your sciatic nerve may also be compressed by a narrowing spinal canal. This condition, known as lumbar spinal stenosis, does not allow the nerve to move freely. As a result, you feel discomfort when you move, sit, stand and sleep. We can help reduce the irritation of the sciatic nerve and alleviate your pain.

Changes in your body such as pregnancy or gaining excess weight may contribute to sciatic pain. We help you manage your pain and offer nutritional advice to help with weight management. Please call us today at 860-232-5556 to learn more about our treatment options for sciatic pain. 

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