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Sciatic Pain Melbourne

Sciatic pain melbourne look no further!

Sciatica also known as sciatic pain is the term used for any "referred pain" felt down the sciatic nerve.

The sciatic nerve originates from your lumber spine (L4/L5 and S1) and runs down into the buttocks, piriformis, hamstrings and thigh.

Compression of this nerve can cause severe symptoms such as pain, tingling, weakness and numbness anywhere along its entire length down the posterior chain and sometimes into the toes!!!

Myotherapists can certainly help you with your knee & leg pain. If you are suffering from discomfort then the issue should not be ignored and that MyoActive will be able to provide a resolution to your problem.


sciatic pain melbourne

 

SCIATIC PAIN  MELBOURNE
gentleman having some back pain. He's at doctor's office having medical examination by a male doctor. The patient is pointing to his lumbar region.

Myotherapy Treatment for Sciatica:

Myotherapists at MyoActive are highly skilled in assessing Sciatic symptoms.

They will create an individual treatment plan that will target your specific issues and help manage your Sciatica.

Depending on your symptoms, a MyoActive myotherapy treatment may include the following techniques:

  • Soft and Deep Tissue Massage
  • Functional Cupping
  • Dry Needling
  • Stretching & Strengthening Program
  • TENS in conjuction with Dry Needling
  • Ice therapy, as heat can adversely irritate the nerve.
  • Postural and Corrective Exercises

As Myotherapist we will listen to your body, the most important thing is to figure out why they keep occuring and develop a plan of attack to prevent them from coming back.

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SciaticTreatment options?

Jayden our Head Myotherapist has successfully treated over 500 cases of Sciatica.

He suggests to get any symptoms assessed as soon as possible to avoid potential ongoing nerve discomfort.

Once sciatica becomes chronic (6 months+) it can become long-term nerve compression and can permanently damage the nerve and it's function, which may lead to needing surgery.