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The Nerve of You! by Motion Stability
August 19, 2012, 3:30 am
Filed under: Courses, Lower Extremity, Nerve, Pain Sciences, Tissue Pathology

Have you ever experienced back pain with associated sciatica down one of your legs? Perhaps the pain / numbness down your leg and back have subsided, but a few years have gone by and that same leg now just doesn’t feel the same? Likely, the hamstring feels tight, maybe your calf cramps more or your foot now hurts.

A possible reason why is that even thought your sciatica and back pain symptoms calmed, the sciatic nerve is still irritated mildly that can cause the muscle, fascia, or other tissues that the sciatic nerve innervated down your leg can now become compromised and aches and pains can begin in sights other than your back and sciatic nerve – that are related to your previous back injury.

The Motion Stability team has the ability to differentially assess if your sciatic nerve is still a contributing factor to your pain, and provide the proper treatment regimens to treat the associated pain you have.

Please contact us if you have questions: admin@motionstability.com

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