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Sciatica

back and neck pain

Sciatica

Sciatica can be a real pain, and we mean it quite literally! Imagine a pesky bulging or herniated disc putting relentless pressure on your body’s largest nerve, the sciatic nerve. The result? Excruciating pain! This nerve, akin to a superhighway, runs from the center of your buttock, travels down the back of your thigh, and all the way to your foot.
Typically, this pain prefers one side, and it’s at its worst when you’re on the move. But here’s the catch: most treatments out there merely mask the symptoms, hardly getting to the root cause – the troublesome herniated disc.

With the DRX-9000, we’ve mastered the art of pinpointing that problematic disc, creating a negative pressure environment to gently ‘un-bulge’ or ‘un-herniate’ it. This game-changing approach can be effortlessly confirmed using an MRI, which helps us identify if you’re a suitable candidate for spinal decompression. Let’s just say, sciatica sufferers absolutely adore us!
Many of our patients have already explored a myriad of treatments – physical therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, over-the-counter remedies, pain management, epidural injections, rhizotomies, and nearly 50% have braved one spine surgery and now wish to avoid a second. In fact, back surgery fails so frequently that there’s an ICD-10 diagnosis code for it – FAILED BACK SURGERY SYNDROME (722.8).
If you’ve been diagnosed with sciatica and are tired of the pain’s relentless grip, please reach out to our office to schedule an appointment. Let’s have a one-on-one conversation about your case. With our doctor’s nearly two decades of experience, we specialize in helping people conquer this condition without resorting to drugs or surgery. Let’s explore the possibility of helping you too!

SIGNS YOU MAY HAVE SCIATICA:

  • Typically one-sided pain
  • Pain unresponsive to physical therapy or chiropractic care
  • Pain intensifies with physical activity
  • Pain radiating down into the leg or feet
  • Weakness, numbness, or tingling in the feet
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