Do you ever have a sharp pain radiating from the lower back down your buttocks, back of the leg, calf, and even to the feet and toes? It’s likely sciatica. Usually, only one side is affected, and sciatica pain worsens with prolonged sitting, bending, twisting, and even coughing or sneezing.
If you suffer from sciatica, we can help you get back to living a healthy, productive life. Our medical clinic is at the forefront of regenerative medicine and other non-surgical sciatica pain treatments.
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Sciatica Pain Treatment
Sciatic pain makes it difficult to perform basic movements like sitting, standing, or walking. We have a variety of regenerative medicine options to help you get fast sciatica pain relief.
Our regeneration center offers innovative and effective alternatives that treat the underlying condition causing sciatic nerve pain, including regenerative cellular and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections. We also offer laser therapy in our whole-body approach to all-natural pain relief.
Sciatic Nerve Pain Relief
Regenerative Cellular Treatments
Regenerative cellular injections are trusted, non-surgical alternatives to pain management to treat degenerative conditions, including pain associated with sciatica. Young and vital mesenchymal cells are introduced into the injury site, where they grow and rejuvenate tissues need to repair your nervous system and surrounding structures.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a safe, effective way to get all-natural relief for sciatica pain. We process a sample of your blood in a special machine to concentrate the platelets. Platelets contain essential growth factors that can speed up healing along with other helpful cells. PRP is injected into the injured tissue causing sciatic pain to enhance the body’s ability to heal itself naturally.
You may have sciatica if you notice:
- Tingling sensations in your hips and legs
- Shooting pain down the path of the nerve
- Feelings of numbness or weakness in your legs or feet
- Difficulty sitting, lying down, or standing without pain
- Lower back pain
- Hip pain
- Buttock pain
Sciatic nerve injury usually results from activities that cause the sciatic nerve's compression, such as excessive lifting, straining, or an injury like a fall. Sciatic pain is also caused by other conditions, including herniated discs and degenerative disc disease (DDD).
In addition to age, which can accelerate sciatica, other contributing factors are:
- Poor core stability
- Poor spinal control
- Being overweight
- Poor posture
- A job that requires frequent bending and twisting or carrying heavy objects
- Participating in high-impact sports
- Staying in one position for long periods
If you are looking for effective and long-lasting relief for sciatica in Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, or any nearby city in North Carolina, call our medical clinic today for a complimentary consultation. Our doctors believe in a whole-body approach to managing sciatic pain and symptoms.