Stop Wondering About How to Relieve Your Sciatica Pain!
Sciatica pain is among those conditions that make some people feel overcome by a sense of feebleness regarding their back pains. Many think there is no definite way to relieve their pains and they will accompany them for life. Many others, spend a lot of time and money at professional care centers seeking relief from their pains.
Here the simplest way to make your sciatica pain something belonged to the past!
The ChiSoft® Back Stretcher Recommended by Doctor’s TV Show
But now, ChiSoft® Back Stretcher has solved the problem in the easiest way. Today, you can relieve your sciatica pain at your sweet home and for a very low price!
Before I tell your more about this home treatment, let me explain what scatia pain is.
What is sciatica nerve pain?
Sciatica pain is a painful symptom that many have experienced it depending on its definition. It is a very common ailment that plagues all age-groups particularly middle-aged men. The pain goes along your sciatic nerve, which runs down your legs and feet from the lower back.
Where is the sciatic nerve?
The sciatic nerve is the largest single nerve in your body that starts at your low back and goes down the body and branches out through the back of the leg to the foot. This nerve innervates nearly the whole skin of the leg, and some muscles of the thigh, leg, and foot.
Symptoms of sciatica
The symptoms of sciatica are mostly unilateral. You may feel low back pain which radiates to your legs and feet. You may also have numbness, tingling, cramping and a jolt or electric shock-like pain in your legs. Due to the weakness of the legs, you may have difficulty walking.
To test yourself to see if you have some sort of sciatica, lie on your back and try to lift your leg. If you feel a sharp pain in your knees, you may have sciatica. The pain may vary from a mild ache to a severe agonizing permanent pain. It may become worse when you cough or sneeze. Long sittings can aggravate symptoms.
Causes of sciatica
Some structures called intervertebral discs exist between the backbones of your spine. Generally, when the bulging discs of spine exert pressure on one of the sacral or lumbar nerve roots of your spine, sciatica occurs.
There are also other causes such as bone spurs, degenerative disc disease, infections, tumors, injuries, spondylolisthesis, spinal stenosis, misalignment of the pelvis and etc., but spinal disc herniation is the number one cause. Piriformis syndrome and sacroiliac joint dysfunction can also cause sciatica pain.
Treatment of sciatica
Treatment for someone with sciatica varies greatly from person to person secondary to the many reasons sciatica may be present:
- Medications: Acetaminophen, NSAIDs, muscle relaxants.
- Spinal Injections
- Surgery : Microdiscectomy, lumbar laminectomy
15 Most common Sciatica Treatments used by Physiotherapist
- Hot and cold therapies: Your physiotherapist will alternate between hot and cold therapies.
- Deep tissue massage
- Laser therapy
- Muscle energy techniques
- Posture correction, back support, good body mechanics
- Spinal stabilization
- Nerve slides/glides
- Spinal decompression
- Exercises: Low-impact aerobic exercise, strengthening exercises, stretching exercises
- Chiropractic care
- Back stretchers
While most of the above-mentioned treatments are time and money-consuming, there is one really “bargain”, immediate and convenient relief for your sciatica and back pains: “back stretchers”.
But first, let us see what back stretching is:
Back stretching is a way of relieving your back pain by stretching out your tight muscles and invert the effects of gravity. The goal of a back stretching is to pull apart each vertebrata relieve pressure on various structures of your spine such as inter-vertebral discs, pinched nerve roots, joints in the spine, and tight spinal muscles. This will relief the pain because pinched nerves are freed. This stretching action also allows the discs and joints to absorb more nutrients that are vital for their healing and proper function.
Back stretching can be done manually with the help of a physiotherapist or by using a back stretcher. There are also a few simple stretches you can do without assistance but they are not as efficient as using a back stretcher. Some physiotherapists may use a back stretcher for sciatica pain relief.
The forces of gravity along with poor posture andlong sittings or standings hunched over spells disaster for your spine. To allow your back to recover and relieve pressure and pain,stretching is the best way.
The miraculous home treatment: ChiSoft® Back Stretcher
It is important to think of a back stretcher for the continued health of your spine and prevention of pain reoccurring. There are various kinds of back stretchers on the market and you have to choose the one that bests suits your condition. But which one is the best?
ChiSoft® Back Stretcher is a highly portable back stretcher designed to relieve your back pain and improve your posture especially in cases where you sit at the desk hunched for hours every day. This device stretches your back and helps to realign the spine to its normal position.
Features of ChiSoft® Back Stretcher
- Relieves sciatica ( lower back ) pain:Just 5 minutes twice a day
- A great device for the stretching before and after a workout
- Improves your posture
- Relieves tension
- Loosens muscles and realign bones in order to get rid of the stiffness in the body
- Regular back stretching increases flexibility
- Easy to use
- High build quality: durable high-tech ABS plastic
- Easy to set up
- Firm yet comfortable support: 2 foam pads
- Affordable price
- Multi-level design and three gears adjustment
- Straps included(to attach to chairs)
- Travel-friendly and easy to store
- Dimension: 15 x 2.8 x 4 inches, Weight: 1.2 lbs