Your sciatic nerves are located in your lower back and extend all the way down into your legs. Things like herniated discs, bone spurs, and other spine problems can put pressure on your sciatic nerve. This usually only affects one side of your body, but can happen to both sides in rarer cases. Pain can resonate from your lower back into your legs in some cases of sciatica, and while things like hot/cold therapy, stretching, and painkillers can help reduce symptoms, you may need a doctor in order to completely fix the cause of the problem.
Pain in your lower back and/or legs
Burning or tingling feeling down one of the legs
Difficulty moving the leg and/or foot
Here at the Center For Spine Care, we can help relieve and treat all kinds of back and neck pain. Using non-invasive spine procedures, physical therapy, or spine surgery, we can have you feeling like yourself again in no time at all. Contact CSC to set up your appointment at our Dallas spine care center today.