SCIATICA TREATMENT

If you have ever experienced sciatica, it is certainly not an enjoyable experience. Sciatica refers to pain that travels from the buttock down the leg.  The sciatic nerve is comprised of nerves as the exit the low back and for the large sciatic nerve that travels down the hip, buttocks, and leg.  Typically sciatica will only affect one leg, and will also follow a pattern into the hip, buttock, or leg.  Sciatic symptoms can range from numbness or tingling all the way to sharp, shooting and stabbing.

If you are experiencing sciatic symptoms, the earlier you seek help the better.  Unfortunately it is human nature to wait, this will commonly make the symptoms worse and more difficult to resolve.

Schedule your consultation to treat sciatica today.

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See What Our Patients Have To Say About Sciatica Treatment

"Before being introduced to these amazing doctors, I was suffering from worsening sciatica and neck pain. I was on the verge of investing in a cane at the "tender" age of 63. At my first adjustment, my neck improved. A couple of weeks later, I was able to walk and climb stairs without pain! Two weeks later, I'm back to being able to sit cross-legged, something I hadn't been able to do for 30 years!! This is my first experience with chiropractor treatment, and I couldn't be more pleased. They have created a completely positive environment with a staff that is knowledgeable, helpful and pleasant. What are you waiting for??!!"

Jan H

"I first heard about Coastal Chiropractic in Madison, CT from my friend. After listening to how much Coastal was helping her and her daughter for their low back pain and sciatica, I thought, why not? At first I was worried because I had had a L3-L5 back fusion surgery almost 15 years ago and lived in daily pain. Over the years I had gone for band-aid procedures, that after a short time, put me right back to daily chronic pain. The pain in my lower back was intense and got worse during the day. Last year an Orthopedic surgeon from Yale performed a laparscopic laser treatment to kill two of my sensory nerves, after one year the pain was back. No doctor, until Dr. Mirante and the chiropractors at Coastal Chiropractic had anything but band aid fixes for my pain.

After the very first corrective adjustment with Dr. Mirante, I felt relief in my lower spine which had felt like a thousand knots and tight as steel. I actually felt straighter when I walked out of the office."