Sciatica Nerve Pain Relief McKinney
The sciatic nerve starts in the lower back, travels down through the hips and buttocks and down each leg. When pain radiates down the sciatic nerve, the condition is called Sciatica nerve pain.
Sciatica pain can make it difficult to perform daily activities such as standing, walking, and sitting. If you have sciatica pain, then contact our pain management clinic in McKinney to schedule an appointment. However, if you are experiencing the following symptoms, please get immediate help:
- Severe and intense pain
- Sudden extreme pain after a violent injury
- Trouble controlling bowels or bladder
Our McKinney pain management clinic is accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment, contact our clinic for sciatica nerve pain relief.
Causes of Sciatica Nerve Pain
When the sciatic nerve becomes pinched, pain may radiate from the lower back down to the knee. Sciatica is painful and can severely impact your ability to enjoy your daily routines. Some common causes for sciatica are:
- A tumor
- A herniated disk
- Bone spurs
- Diabetes which can damage the nerve
Sciatica Nerve Pain Symptoms
The primary symptom of sciatica is a burning sensation that radiates from the lower back to below the knee. Sciatica symptoms can include:
- Achy legs
- Low back pain
- Pain behind the knee
- Numbness down the leg
- Pins and needles down to the toes
Sciatica Nerve Pain Treatment
Our pain management clinic can effectively treat sciatica. Our McKinney pain management physicians always consider conservative treatments first. Conservative treatments may include:
- Hot/cold compression packs
- Over-the-counter medications
- Physical therapy
- Epidural steroid injections
With proper treatment, most patients are able to recover from sciatica.
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