Saturday, January 7, 2012

sciatic nerve pain

About 15% of the population suffers from pain due to sciatic nerve problems. The sciatic nerve is the main nerve of the lower charge of the hip, knees, ankles, hamstrings, calves and feet.

The sciatic nerve is formed by two nerve roots that leave the spine and down to the lower limbs, as part of their sensory and motor innervation. The great pain occurs when a nerve root compression of the lumbar spine, which can cause numbness, sciatica, motor paralysis and in severe cases to the strength deficit.

A major problem is the sciatic nerve inflammation, which provides strong pains that go from the back of the thigh to the back of the calf and can extend to the hips and feet. It can be developed by various factors such as poor posture, certain types of infections and tumors, back problems, such as herniated disk, and also in pregnancy.

Problems in the sciatic nerve can occur in people of all ages and, above all involve the joints, one of the most effective methods for treating disorders of the sciatic nerve is the analytical therapy - a normalization method to articulate fully manual that treats and prevents diseases promoting a better quality of life for patients.

According to Maria Luiza Pereira Biton Gutierrez, director of the Institute for Analytic Therapy, to serve such patients, we conducted a thorough radiological examination in which specific tests are done to determine which is the joint damage. From the result of starting treatment techniques with gentle positioning of joints involved.

- In fact, conventional techniques are going to treat pain without asking what is its origin. They will do anything to relieve it, but without really solving the injury that caused the symptom. Since the analytic therapy is actually more effective than traditional treatments because it develops the correct biomechanical rhythm of injured joints. We are having great results in our clinical experience - Maria Luiza explains.

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