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  1. The Sciatica Solution: Banish Your Pain and Reclaim Your Life by Chet Cunningham, 1997-01-01
  2. Relieving the pain of sciatica.(Exercise Rx): An article from: Family Practice News by Willibald Nagler, 2005-10-01
  4. 2009 Conquering Sciatica - The Empowered Patient's Complete Reference - Diagnosis, Treatment Options, Prognosis (Two CD-ROM Set) by U.S. Government, 2009-06-20
  5. Low-dose drug combos best for sciatica, low back pain.(Rheumatology): An article from: Internal Medicine News by Timothy F. Kirn, 2005-05-15
  6. Low back pain and sciatica by Louis Thomas Palumbo, 1954
  7. Sciatica Solutions: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Cure of Spinal and Piriformis Prob by Loren / Ardman, Carol Fishma, 2007
  8. Repertory of the Symptoms of Rheumatism & Sciatica by Alfred Pulford, 2001-06-30
  9. Sciatica: What Will Chiropractic Do For It? by Dr. D. L. Hultgren, 1940-01-01
  10. 21st Century Complete Medical Guide to Sciatica and Related Conditions, Authoritative Government Documents, Clinical References, and Practical Information for Patients and Physicians (CD-ROM) by PM Medical Health News, 2004-07
  11. A treatise on the nervous sciatica, or, nervous hip gout. By Dominicus Cotunnius, ... by Domenico Cotugno, 2010-06-10
  12. Pistany Spa, Czechoslavakia : arthritis - sciatica by Anonymous, 1930
  13. Alivio para la ciática.(TT: Relief for sciatica.)(Artículo Breve): An article from: Contenido by Estela Osorio, 2001-05-01
  14. Sciatica: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine</i> by Kathleen Wright, 2001

41. McTimoney Therapy
Specialising in this form of treatment for back pain, sciatica, neck and shoulder pains from accidents or sports injuries. Particularly appropriate for children, the elderly and during pregnancy.

42. Sciatica: Description And Diagnosis
and Diagnosis.......sciatica is a term commonly used to describe pain traveling from thebuttock into the leg. search. sciatica
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Sciatica: Description and Diagnosis
Steven R. Garfin, M.D.
Professor and Chair
Department of Orthopaedics, University of California
San Diego, CA, USA
Is Sciatica a Disorder or a Symptom?
The term "sciatica" is commonly used to describe pain traveling in the distribution of the sciatic nerve. Sciatica is a symptom caused by a disorder occurring in the lumbar spine. The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body, about the diameter of a finger. Sciatic nerve fibers begin at the 4th and 5th lumbar vertebra (L4, L5) and the first few segments of the sacrum. The nerve passes through the sciatic foramen just below the Piriformis muscle (rotates the thigh laterally), to the back of the extension of the hip and to the lower part of the Gluteus Maximus (muscle in the buttock, thigh extension). The sciatic nerve then runs vertically downward into the back of the thigh, behind the knee branching into the hamstring muscles (calf) and further downward to the feet.
Sciatic Nerve (yellow) Sacrum Hip Bone
Yellow = Nerve Structures
Red Structures = Arteries
Blue Structures = Veins Sciatic Symptoms
Usually sciatica affects one side of the body. The pain may be dull, sharp, burning, or accompanied by intermittent shocks of shooting pain beginning in the buttock traveling downward into the back or side of the thigh and/or leg. Sciatica then extends below the knee and may be felt in the feet. Sometimes symptoms include tingling and numbness. Sitting and trying to stand up may be painful and difficult. Coughing and sneezing can intensify the pain.

43. Ray Gent
Offers home or workplace massage therapy for back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, sciatica, painful limbs and joints, ailments, stress, tension, anxiety and headaches. Includes description of services and contact details.

44. AECC College Of Chiropractic. Education For A Major Healthcare Profession
Lectures and courses and clinical studies for students studying alternative manual therapy used to treat back and neck pain, migraine, sciatica, numbness, pins and needles, asthma and bedwetting to colicky babies. Provides course information and fees.
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45. The Luklinski Clinic -Sciatica-Lower Back Pain-Bulging Disc-Treatment
Free online advice regarding pain from a specialist. Located in London, England.Category Health Medicine Pain Management Clinics and Practices......The Luklinski Back Pain Clinic back-pain, back ache, sciatica, backpain, spinalstenosis, backpain, stenosis, lower back pain, upper back pain, prolapsed disc
Brings instant relief from chronic back pain - try it for a 30 days money-back trial!
Patented device Registered with the Dept. of Health. Established 1969 - over 30 years experience in treating spinal disorders.

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Tel: 0207-631-3067 Emergencies: 07710-901140 Back Pain Discectomy Sciatica Scoliosis Herniated Discs Spinal Stenosis ...
Conditions Treated at our Clinic Ankylosing spondylitis Cervical spondylosis Degenerative Disc Disease Herniated (bulging) discs Low back pain Neck Pain Numbness Burning and Tingling Osteoarthritis Osteoporosis Sciatica Scoliosis (curvature of the spine) Nerve Root Entrapment Scheman's disease Spinal muscular atrophy Spinal Stenosis Spondylolisthesis Spondylosis Spondylitis
"This site is about the causes and treatment of back pain using Orthopaedic Medicine and is based on more than 30 years of clinical experience. The treatment of herniated (bulging) discs, sciatica, scoliosis, stenosis and other serious back conditions does not require spinal surgery."
Mr B Luklinski MSc (Medical Rehabilitation).

Offers information on prevention, cause and treatment of symptoms of arthritis, carpal tunnel syndromr, sciatica, back, neck and shoulder pain.
A couple of years ago I completed studies as an esthetician (skin care specialist) to incorporate skin care and aromatherapy with my chiropractic and muscle therapy practice. As a result, "my" people will benefit by integrated therapy inside and out, spiritually as well as physically which has to influence their mental energy. you probably can tell by now, I LOVE MYJOB!
Now, let's talk Chiropractic; techniques vary widely. Some doctors adjust all joints, some only the top cervical (neck) vertebrae. Some chiropractors make "popping" or "cracking" noises and some don't.
State laws vary, too. In Pennsylvania a chiropractor must have an "Adjunctive Therapy" license to use heat packs, electrotherapy and other physical therapy modalities. Some states allow minor surgery and delivering babies.
Most important, Chiropractic is not a "bone thang"; Chiropractic doctors are concerned with the nervous system, not bones.
When bones that form joints are subluxated, a problem with nearby nerves might arise because nerve impulses are being compromised or closed off.
Studies have also shown that cerebrospinal fluid (the fluid that feeds our brains and carries off debris) flows better after chiropractic adjustments.

47. Your Health Sciatica
YOUR HEALTH sciatica sciatica If sciatica does not respond to selfcare methods within a couple of days, contact your doctor. Call
'Your Health' Home 'Your Health' Topics About This Site Dictionary ... Links YOUR HEALTH: Sciatica The sciatic nerve may become irritated, and sciatic pain and symptoms can occur, whenever unusual pressure is applied to the sciatic nerve at some point along it's length. This happens most commonly when the shock absorbing discs between the vertebrae in the spinal column bulge out into the space where the sciatic nerve starts. In some cases, sciatic pain comes infrequently and lasts only a few days (caused by a temporary bulging of the disc because of muscle spasms or sitting in an awkward position). In other cases, when the disc has been permanently damaged, the sciatic pain will become chronic (lasting form longer periods of time and return over and over again) unless surgery is done to repair the bulging disc. Some men are bothered by sciatic pain that is caused by sitting on their wallet if they carry it in their back pocket. While it is much less likely, pressure on the sciatic nerve can also be caused by a blood clot, a tumor or an abscess. When sciatic pain is caused by pressure on the sciatic nerve in the lower spine, it is often made worse by bending, straining, coughing or sneezing. The lower part of the back may also feel stiff, lose its inward curve and the muscles along each side of the spine may go into painful spasm.

48. Chicago Chiropractic
Chiropractic medicine and body wellness center with focus on holistic care and rehabilitation for everyone. sciatica, back pain, sports injuries, acupuncture, natural primary care. Dr. Albert Pawlusiewicz. English / Polska language options.
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49. Back Talk/Patient Education
leg. When these nerves are irritated or affected by the inflammationof nearby soft tissues, doctors refer to this as sciatica.
  • Each of the two sciatic nerves is formed by four or five nerves branching off the spinal cord and running down the back of each leg.
  • Sciatica is a severe pain in the leg caused from compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve.
AN ALL-TOO-COMMON HEALTH COMPLAINT The sciatic nerves are the largest and longest nerves of the body, reaching about the size of your thumb in diameter and running down the back of each leg. When these nerves are irritated or affected by the inflammation of nearby soft tissues, doctors refer to this as sciatica. One of the most common causes of sciatic leg pain is the Vertebral Subluxation Complex. It can be accompanied by the bulging or herniation of the soft pulpy discs which separate each spinal bone. This can irritate or put pressure on the sciatic nerve roots as they leave the spinal cord. The result can be an intense pain shooting down either or both legs. In the past, treatment has involved pain medications, muscle relaxers, physical therapy, and even surgery. The chiropractic approach is to use carefully directed and controlled pressure to remove the interference from spinal structures. These chiropractic "adjustments" can be quite effective in reducing nerve irritation and its associated pain. Sciatica, like other health problems that can be traced to the spine, often responds dramatically to the restoration of normal spinal function through chiropractic care.

50. Dr. David Wagner, Slaughter Lane Chiropractic - Austin Texas Chiropractor
Providing chiropractic treatment for neck and back pain, headaches, whiplash, sciatica, disc problems, arm and leg pain.

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51. Back, Leg And Neck Pain Answers -
Information on sciatica. sciatica is not actually a diagnosis or a disorder, it isa symptom complex. sciatica refers to shooting pain down one or both legs.
SCIATICA BACK STRAIN CAUDA EQUINA SYNDROME COCCYDYNIA DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE ... OSTEOPOROTIC COMPRESSION FRACTURE [ SCIATICA ] SCOLIOSIS SPINAL STENOSIS SPONDYLOLISTHESIS TUMOR / INFECTION ... VASCULAR CLAUDICATION Sciatica is not actually a diagnosis or a disorder, it is a symptom complex. Sciatica refers to shooting pain down one or both legs. To classically fit the description of sciatica, the pain should be in the distribution of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is made up of the L4, L5, and S1 nerve roots most importantly, as well as the S2 and S3 nerve roots. All of these nerve roots come directly off the end of the spinal cord. The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body and travels through the sciatic notch, a hole for many structures including this nerve. The notch can be felt in the posterior (back of the) buttocks region. The nerve travels through the sciatic notch, down the back of the thigh, and splits into its divisions to travel down the outside of the leg and back of the leg into the foot.

52. Spine Register : Sciatica Internet Directories: Spine Surgery, Back Pain, Leg Pa
Directory of symptoms, common diagnoses, and common treatments for spine disorders, including a dictionar Category Health Conditions and Diseases Back and Spine......Lumbar, sciatica, herniated disc, sciatica, spine, back, leg, knee, neck pain, laminectomy,pinched nerve, neurosurgery, arthroscopic, endoscopic, arthroscopic
Home Symptoms

Sciatica is a syndrome characterized by pain radiating from the back. Sciatica is usually caused by irritation of a nerve root of the sciatic nerve. Sciatica is also used to refer to pain anywhere along the course of the sciatic nerve. More..
[Back Pain]
Back pain is a symptom that can arise from many causes. Many cases of back pain are caused by stresses on the muscles and ligaments that support the spine. A low back problem may come on suddenly or gradually... More.. Common Diagnosis
[Herniated Disc]

A herniated disc is also called a herniated nucleus pulposus, a disc rupture, and a disc prolapse.. More..
Common Treatments
[Endoscopic Discectomy]

An endoscopic discectomy is the surgical removal of an intervertebral disk with an endoscope.... More..
[Microdiscectomy] A microdiscectomy is an open operation using an incision which is one to two inches long.... More.. * Find Spine Care * Sciatica * Back Pain ... Click here for the largest US Spinecare Directory Top US Spine Sites

53. Lower Back Specialists
Herniation, ruptured and herniated disc, sciatica treatments, and lower back pain relief. A discussion on the DRS system and how it works as well as testimonials.
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54. Runner's World - Sciatica
Injury prevention and treatment advice on sciatica, from the editors of Runner'sWorld magazine. sciatica. Definition sciatica is a pain in the butt, literally.,1300,1-0-0-429,FF.html
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Sciatica is a pain in the butt, literally. Caused by an irritation of the sciatic nerve, this pain can radiate down the back of the leg and all the way to the foot. It feels like burning, pins and needles or an electrical sensation. It has many causes, including tight hamstrings, tight buttocks, biomechanical problems, leg-length discrepancy, back sprain or a herniated disk.
Do not ice, but do take anti-inflammatories. Lots of muscles will get tightstretch the back, buttocks, hamstrings, iliotibial band, gluteal muscles and calf. Consider cross-training, and when the pain diminishes, try a walk/run. Sitting can aggravate sciatica. Make sure your sitting posture is good (especially in the car) and use pillows if needed to adjust your back and buttocks into a more comfortable position.
Sciatica is secondary to an underlying problem. A leg-length discrepancy is often the culprit. If home treatments don't relieve the pain or if your condition gets worse, see a sports-oriented doctor. (Nervy note: Don't ignore sciatica pain. It'll follow you to your grave if you don't deal with it!)

55. Relax On The Sacro Wedgy For Sciatica Relief
The Sacro Wedgy is a tool that provides relief from back pain, piriformis syndromeand sciatica as well as other types of symptoms associated with muscle
Home Products Order Contact Info ... Volume Pricing F WHAT IS SCIATICA AND WHAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT IT? GET READY TO RELAX WITH THE AMAZING SACRO WEDGY® ONLY $29.95!! Just 10-20 minutes a day and for many it's worked when all else has failed!! If you have any questions or would like to talk with one of us personally, please call: 1-800-737-9295 ext.12 Now that you see how large and involved the sciatic nerve is with the piriformis muscle, it is easier to understand how the piriformis muscle, which attaches to the front of the sacrum, if too tight on one side can cause the "symptom" referred to as sciatica or "pain in the butt". A picture is worth a thousand words so note the sacrum, piriformis muscle and finally the sciatic nerve in the photo. (The muscle and nerve are on both sides). Before ordering, please take a few minutes to browse the web site. Read the

56. Discs For The Development Of New Diagnostic Preventative And Curative Techniques
Diagnotic Investigation of Spinal Conditions and sciatica. A UKbased chairty to searching for ways to prevent and eliminate disc-related pain, disability and the trauma of surgery. Includes solutions, background, projects, and training.
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(click on the logo above to go to the home page) DISCS purpose is to search for ways to prevent and eliminate disc-related pain, disability and the trauma of surgery. In pursuit of this mission – and under the guidance of the DISCS medical committee - the charity commissions vital work designed to make a real difference to the lives of the many people afflicted by disc related pain. The work of DISCS is entirely dependent upon voluntary donations, please consider making a financial contribution. Thank you in anticipation of your support. Home Solutions Background Projects ... Order on-line DISCS Hanley Castle Worcestershire
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57. Sciatica -
The sciatica nerve is said to belong to the tendons. Ashi points (reduce). Formore on sciatica, please see http//
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Key Diagnostic Points:
  • Sciatica refers to pain in the passage and distribution region of the sciatica nerve.
  • It's main manifestation is radiating pain in the lower back and legs. It usually radiates from the lumbar region on just one side from the lumbar region or buttock to the posterior side of the thigh, popliteal fossa, lateral side of the leg and lateral side of the dorsum of the foot.
  • Most sciatica is due to prolapse of a lumbar intervertebral disc.
    Differential Diagnosis:
    As a Bi syndrome, it is fixed, severe and cold pain in the lumbar region and legs. Movement is limited when bending forward and backward as well as turning. It is aggravated on cloudy, rainy and cold days. Tongue: White, greasy coat
    Pulse: Wiry and floating Kidney Jing Defeciency.
    Lingering soreness and weakness of the loins and knees, lassitude and listlessness. Tongue: Pale with white coating.
    Pulse: Deep, thin, weak pulse. Blood stasis obstructing the collaterals.
    Severe fixed prickling pain in the lumbar region and leg, aversion to pressure. Tongue: Dark purplish, sometimes with purple spots.
  • 58. Sciatica
    Information for sciatica sufferers.
    Sciatica The sciatic nerves are the largest nerves in the body-
    -about as big around as your finger.
    They start in the lower spine, pass behind the hip joint, and go down the buttock and back of the leg to the foot.Pain from this nerve, called sciatic, may be felt from the hip to the big toe. Is sciatica different from back pain ?
    Yes, although low back pain often comes with it.
    Usually, sciatica affects only one side and pain often radiates down the buttock or leg.
    It can range from a tingling, burning, pins-and-needles feeling to excruciating, shooting pain that makes standing up nearly impossible. Coughing, sneezing, and sitting make the pain worse.
    Your leg or foot may be numb or weak and have odd sensations in it.
    You may be unable to move your foot or bend your knee. The Sciatica Relief Handbook
    by Chet Cunningham, Mary Ann Castor
    If you have ever suffered sciatica symptoms such as pain in the buttocks and lower back, or pain and numbness in your legs and feet, this book could change your life for the better. more info Spine-Worx a simple device designed by a chiropractor for himself more info Common treatments for sciatica:
    • traction massage biofeedback injections backcorsets ultrasound and TENS
      (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation).

    59. LookSmart - Sciatica
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    60. Sciatica Information: Sciatica, Herniated Disc, Endoscopic Discectomy,minimally
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    Sciatica Question:
    Hi. I'm not sure if I do have sciatica or not, but I do have a real problem with leg pain, in my right leg. Here is the info you request from the page I found on the Internet. I am 28 years old. When I am walking, or standing for too long, or happen to twist or stand a certain way, I get a sharp electric-like pain all through my right leg from the buttock and down mostly through the back of my leg.
    Sitting usually helps and taking Tylenol Extra Strength or Advil. When the pain strikes it makes me bend at the knee and it is very painful to stand or walk on my leg. I really noticed when I was pregnant (3 times) that during the end of my term I couldn't walk.
    The doctor told me it was a pinched nerve in my back from all the weight of the baby and when I delivered, the pain will go away within the next 6 months. Well, it did go away, but during last year the similar pain was coming back. My mom is the one who said I have sciatica, but she is just my mother, a I am doing my own search on the net.
    Yes, I have gone to my family doctor and he said it could be one of four things (which I don't remember, he used fancy medical terms and the only one I understood was arthritis). He told me to wait till the condition lasted a week and come back so he can see me at my worst...something didn't sound right there either!?

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