Sciatica Treatment In Leominster & Martley

Sciatica Treatment & Diagnosis

Sciatica refers to the painful symptoms, inflammation, and neurological sensations caused by the sciatic nerve, originating from the lower spine. The most common manifestation is pain radiating down the back of the leg, extending even to the foot and toes. This condition is often a result of a herniated or bulging disk, or spinal stenosis, which compresses the sciatic nerve roots. The intensity of the pain can range from a dull ache to a sharp shooting sensation, momentarily hindering daily activities.

Our team of highly skilled osteopaths specialises in treating individuals suffering from sciatic pain, addressing the underlying causes for long-lasting relief. Seeking treatment from trained professionals is crucial to experiencing effective and enduring pain management. Through a combination of techniques, we focus on relaxing muscular spasms, improving joint mobility, alleviating pressure on the injured disc, and restoring flexibility. By targeting these areas, we empower our patients to lead pain-free lives and regain their normal activities.

For more severe cases of sciatica, we offer an advanced treatment option known as IDD Therapy. This non-surgical spinal treatment for intervertebral discs has rapidly gained recognition, with over 1,000 clinics worldwide. IDD Therapy is safe, gentle, and non-invasive, providing enhanced pain relief when manual therapy alone may prove insufficient.

With over 12 years of successful implementation at Leominster Osteopaths, we take pride in being pioneers of IDD Therapy in England. Our extensive experience ensures that you receive the highest standard of care. If you would like to learn more about IDD Therapy, we invite you to contact us for a complimentary consultation. During this session, we will delve into the therapy’s intricacies, helping you determine if it is a suitable and appropriate treatment for your specific condition.
At our clinic, we believe in a holistic approach to treating sciatica, addressing not only the physical aspects but also considering the overall well-being of our patients. While our osteopaths specialise in providing effective relief for sciatic pain, we also recognise the value of complementary therapies.
Holistic massage therapy can play a supportive role in managing sciatica by relaxing tense muscles, improving circulation, and reducing inflammation. Our skilled therapists use hands-on techniques to target specific areas of discomfort, promoting relaxation and temporary relief.
Additionally, we understand the importance of nutrition in promoting healing and overall health. We provide guidance on nutritional therapy, working with a focus on an anti-inflammatory diet that supports nerve health and reduces inflammation. By incorporating these complementary approaches alongside our specialised treatments, we aim to provide comprehensive care that addresses the root causes and enhances your overall wellbeing.
Embark on a journey towards lasting relief from sciatic pain. Connect with us today to take the first step towards a pain-free future.
Sciatica Treatment Martley
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We are based in two locations in Leominster and Martley.

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