Chiropractors in Portage, WI




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We have found 9 listings in Portage, WI that matched your search criteria.

Bauer & Plemon Chiropractic Cl
306 W Cook St
Portage, WI 53901
Paul D Syftestad
801 de Witt St
Portage, WI 53901
William E Johnson Dc
1512 New Pinery Rd
Portage, WI 53901
Blau Family Chiropractic
641 Latton Ln
Portage, WI 53901
Bindl Family Chiropractic
2425 New Pinery Rd Ste 102
Portage, WI 53901
Beard Chiropractic Family Wellness Clinic
440 E Albert St
Portage, WI 53901
Syftestad P D Chiroprctr Ofc
2311 Yellowstone St
Portage, WI 53901
Johnson Chiropractic Office
1512 New Pinery Rd
Portage, WI 53901
Stephen Anderson
2939 New Pinery Rd
Portage, WI 53901

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Sciatic Back Pain Symptoms and Treatment
by: Jason Fletcher

Sciatic back pain can be excruciatingly painful. Sciatica is a symptom where the sciatic nerve is compressed or irritated. It can be caused by a variety of occurrences such as heavy lifting, degenerative disc disease, herniated disc injury, pelvic injury or fracture, slipped disc, spinal stenosis, tumors or Piriformis Syndrome. Below are some common symptoms and treatments for sciatica pain in the back.

Sciatic Back Pain Symptoms:

Symptoms of sciatica in the back include pain which is felt in the lower back. The pain often radiates to the lower extremities as well. Pain can be felt in the buttocks, down the backs of either leg, or in the toes and feet. The pain is often described as feeling like short electric shocks and can be mild or severe. Some people also describe feelings of numbness and tingling as well.

Sciatic Back Pain Treatment:

- Physical Therapy: This is a great way to treat sciatica. A physical therapist will design a treatment program for you to undergo which involves stretching and possibly yoga. This treatment option can be expensive and time consuming however since you will be required to visit the therapist on a regular basis.

- Exercise: Even though you may not feel like exercising with sciatic back pain, this is a great way to treat sciatica pain. Low-impact aerobic exercise can help alleviate the pain of sciatica by loosening muscle tension which surrounds the sciatic nerve itself.

- Medication: Many people also take medication for sciatic back pain such as aspirin or NSAIDS such as Tylenol. This can help to relieve the pain but only masks the problem and is not really a treatment method.

- Acupressure: This is an ancient form of therapy which is similar to acupuncture but doesn't use needles. It applies pressure to specific pressure points which stimulates blood circulation, relieves muscle tension, and activates our body's natural healing capabilities.

- Surgery: This treatment option should only be used as a last resort to treat sciatic back pain. Surgeries have risks involved and any back surgery is a serious procedure where you risk complications.

If you are suffering with sciatic back pain and would like to learn the steps to regain pain-free mobility, I would highly recommend giving this solution a try.

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I wish you a speedy recovery!

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