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It is important to note that sciatica itself is not a condition or disease. Instead, the term refers to a group of symptoms that commonly occur in connection to sciatic nerve irritation or a pinched sciatic nerve. Symptoms of sciatica are pain in the lower back, hips, thighs, legs and feet, as well as burning and tingling sensations or feelings of numbness. These symptoms are usually localized in the lower half of the body, and are often isolated to a single leg or foot. They may start out as a mild tingling or aching, but they may progress into sharp, chronic pain if left untreated.
At Secrest Family Chiropractic, we provide sciatic nerve relief to patients throughout the Scottsdale, Tempe and Mesa, Arizona areas. Our goal is to help every patient make a complete recovery from sciatic nerve irritation using natural, holistic methods. When you first visit our office, we will analyze your symptoms and screen your spine to make an accurate diagnosis. We will then prescribe a customized treatment plan designed to provide relief from pain and discomfort, remedy the problem causing the pain, and maintain wellness and healing in your spine for life.
Our treatment methods include chiropractic adjustments, which relieve pressure created by compressed vertebrae in the spine. In addition to manual adjustments, we may also use physiotherapy to reduce inflammation surrounding your nerves and also relieve chronic pain. In between office, you may be asked to participate in certain corrective exercises designed to expedite the healing process and make your office sessions more effective.
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Dr Secrest really cares about his patients. He resolved a 3 year headaches issue for one of my sons that all the other doctors couldn't and he's been fantastic working with my son with autism.