Straight Talk About Sciatica
Are you suffering from back pain or sciatica?
Then it’s likely your biggest problem is pain. But there’s another major problem: bad information.
To end sciatica misery you must have the right information.
Pay close attention because I’m going to destroy sciatica myths and give you the facts.
8 Myths About Sciatica
MYTH: Sciatica will just “go away” with some rest.
FACT: If you are dealing with back pain, buttock pain or leg pain, then you must seek help from a sciatica specialist immediately. Left untreated, sciatica can lead to permanent nerve damage — and lifelong pain.
MYTH: Pain is the only problem associated with sciatica.
FACT: In severe cases, sciatica can lead to the inability to control your bowels or bladder — leading to embarrassing situations.
MYTH: You must take pain medications to deal with sciatica.
FACT: Drugs like muscle relaxants, pain killers, narcotics, antidepressants, and anti-seizure medications have serious potential side-effects and do not cure the root cause of sciatica.
MYTH: “I must have done something wrong to get sciatica.”
FACT: Physical work or simply sitting at a desk for long periods can lead to sciatica. Accidents and trauma can also be the culprits. Pregnancy can cause sciatica. Sciatica can affect anyone — including super-fit celebrities like Tiger Woods, and Sylvester Stallone.
MYTH: Stop exercising and get several weeks of bed rest to overcome sciatica.
FACT: Staying active can help to relieve sciatic pain and prevent the pain from getting worse. Staying inactive in bed could be the worst advice — based on a recent study in the Netherlands.
MYTH: Sciatica requires surgery.
FACT: NO! There’s been a huge breakthrough in the treatment of sciatica and lower back pain. It’s a new procedure called Non-Surgical Re-Constructive Spinal Care. The excellent results from this treatment have been published in major medical journals. Success rates are up to 90%.
MYTH: “There’s nothing anyone can really do. I’m just stuck with this for the rest of my life.”
FACT: With the correct treatment from a healthcare professional who specialize in sciatica, you can find relief from the core cause — and the symptoms.
MYTH: Getting Sciatica properly diagnosed is expensive.
FACT: Not true. Dr. Steve Silverston of World Class Chiropractic in Ellicott City, MD, is currently offering a free consultation for individuals experiencing sciatica and lower back pain.
Dr. Steve Silverston of World Class Chiropractic – in Ellicott City, MD — has over the past 24 years helped thousands of patients find relief from agonizing back pain and sciatica. He uses Non-Surgical Re-Constructive Spinal Care.
This procedure does not require a hospital stay, drugs or anything invasive. The focus is on finding — and correcting — the original cause of the back pain and sciatica. According to Dr. Silverston, “We use a combination of gentle, non-invasive, proven techniques, for precisely diagnosing and correcting the cause of your low back pain and sciatica. This means superior long-term results for most people.”
Chiropractic Care Provides Almost Immediate Relief from Sciatic Pain!
Because the treatment is non-surgical, safe, and easy, most patients report an almost immediate relief from their back pain.
Patient Brad H. from Eldersburg, MD wrote, “For several years I saw numerous doctors including chiropractors in an attempt to resolve unrelenting low back pain and sciatica from a serious motor vehicle injury. Nobody could help me resolve it and my work and life were suffering. Dr. Silverston was able to quickly identify my problem and within one week of beginning care, for the first time in years, I’m virtually pain free! Now, many years later, I am still better.”
Contact World Class Chiropractic at 410.461.3435 today and arrange for a free consultation to determine if this is the right solution for you. You can also contact us using the form to the right, or on our main appointment page. Sciatica can be very painful, and hinder you from living life to the fullest. If you or someone you know is suffering from sciatica pain, or lower back and leg pain, please recommend this article to them.