Sciatica Leg Pain From Herniated Disc in Lower Back

sciatica leg pain

If you’re having sharp sciatic leg pain that shoots from the lower back and cripples you, there’s a high chance that you may have a herniated disc, spinal stenosis, or piriformis syndrome.

These are all conditions that affect the lower back and pelvis area and can irritate the sciatic nerve.

Because the sciatic nerve runs all the way down to your toes, you may think that placing heat pads or ice packs on your legs will make you feel better.

But that’s where a lot of people get it wrong. The way to treat sciatica is not by treating the leg, but treating the source of the problem.

Disc herniations are by far the most common causes of sciatica and through the use of effective sciatica exercises and sciatica stretches, you can correct these when following a treatment plan consistently.

How to Get Rid of Sciatica 
Surgery, Injections, or Addicting Painkillers