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Roanoke, VA 24018 US

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Sciatica Treatment

Sciatica Treatments in Roanoke, VA

Did you know lower back pain may be caused by sciatica? Visiting our chiropractor in Roanoke is essential to understanding the different symptoms and treatments of sciatica.

Here at Performance Healthcare, Dr. Joshua Rhodes provides comprehensive chiropractic care including sciatica treatment and pain relief. Learn more about what sciatica is and how this pain is caused, as well as sciatica treatments available in Roanoke.

man with sciatica nerve pain

Causes of Sciatic Nerve Pain

Our bodies have a sciatic nerve located in each leg, extending through to the lower back in each hip. When you have sciatic nerve pain, it is caused by muscles pinching or pressing against this nerve. The cause of this condition varies, but primarily it is the result of a misalignment in the musculoskeletal system. As your body is unaligned, this forces your organs and muscles to shift while pushing against the sciatic nerve. 

Symptoms of Sciatica

How can you tell whether you have sciatica or lower back pain caused by a herniated disc or pulled muscles? Sciatic nerve pain is characterized by a sharp pain at the site of the pinched nerve. You may also have numbness or tingling in the area and along the hip or leg if you are suffering from sciatica. Additionally, sciatic nerve pain is typically on one side of the body, unlike back pain that radiates across the lumbar area. 

Sciatica Treatment

Chiropractic Adjustments

Back pain treatment in Roanoke for sciatica starts with a chiropractic adjustment. Dr. Rhodes begins with a comprehensive exam to evaluate your health history and injuries. This is followed by diagnostics to determine whether you are suffering from sciatica or a lower back injury. For sciatica caused by inflammation in back muscles due to herniated discs, you will need a chiropractic treatment to remedy the herniated or bulging disc.  

Spinal Decompression and Preventative Care

Another remedy for sciatic nerve pain is spinal decompression. This chiropractic method helps to open up the spine and relieve pressure while realigning your musculoskeletal system. Most patients experience immediate pain relief from sciatic nerve pain with this treatment. However, continued chiropractic care is needed to ensure your physical alignment does not return to its former condition. 

Back braces for sciatica in Roanoke may be needed. This helps improve posture and prevent sciatic nerve pain. Our chiropractor may also prescribe heat therapy, ice therapy, or corrective exercises to help with muscle pain relief as you recover from sciatic nerve pain.

Meet Our Chiropractor in Roanoke VA

We offer an all-natural treatment for sciatica at our chiropractic clinic in Roanoke. Our chiropractor Dr. Rhodes is experienced in treating pain and injuries using a holistic approach. In addition to chiropractic adjustments, Dr. Rhodes works with massage therapists and uses corrective exercises for treatment programs.

Contact our office today at (540) 524-2550 to schedule an appointment for sciatica treatment in Roanoke.

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Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

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Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

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We have a 5 star patient satisfaction rating

  • "Years of pain, all gone! Expect amazing things... this is where you'll find them"
    Pam B.
  • "Dr. Josh and staff are courteous and fun, but most importantly always looking out for my health"
    -Tabby M.
  • "Dr. Josh will work with you until you make a comeback!! Highly recommend"
    -Belinda B.
  • "Because of my treatments, I can exercises without back pain for the first time in 2 years! Dr.Josh is on a higher level than any chiropractor in the area."
    Elicia C.
  • "I have my life back and am pain free thanks to Dr Josh and Peak Performance"
    - Henry K

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