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Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy for Sciatica

Are you suffering from sciatica nerve pain? If so, you'll recognize the symptoms of sciatica: burning or tingling down your leg, shoot leg and back pain that makes it hard to sit or stand, and numbness in the lower extremities.

One way to eliminate this pain for good is with physical thearpy exercises for sciatica. Here's a few stretches and poses that can reduce your pain for good.

Pigeon Poses

Pigeon poses are great physical therapy exercises for sciatica because they stretch the hips. You can do this stretch in several different ways:

Knee to Shoulder

This physical therapy exercise for sciatica stretches your gluteal and piriformis muscles. Lay on your back with legs extended, grab your right knee, and pull it towards your left shoulder. Switch to the other side.

Get Recommendations for Physical Therapy Exercises for Sciatica from Professionals

Naturally, every case of sciatica is different. To get physical therapy exercises for sciatica that are customized to your individual needs, contact the experts at Integrative Pain Institute today.

We can help you get back to a pain-free lifestyle so you can enjoy life again. Just call us at 972-290-1507 to get started.

Kristy Snyder Writer and Editor - *The opinions expressed herein are solely the opinions of the author. Information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Should you need medical advice, see your physician.

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