Sufferingfrom SciaticaRelief is Possible! Let usDiagnose the Correct TreatmentWHAT CAUSES "SCIATICA"?Most commonly the result of abulging or herniated spinal disk,sciatica is a term describing lowback pain with associated radiatingleg symptoms. The leg symptomsare typically described as sharp,piercing, throbbing, aching, burningtingling or numbness Often,patients experience more intense legsymptoms than back pain! Individualswho experience sciatica are at higherrisk for developing chronic symptomsand (if not treated properly) are morelikely to require costly and invasivetreatments, including surgery.DIAGNOSISSymptoms of sciatica include radiating leg pain, but not all those with sciatica have evidence of nerveroot injury. This is an important distinction. Patients suffering from sciatica are often referred forelectrodiagnostic testing in order to determine if they have nerve root injury associated with their symptomsElectrodiagnostic testing, consisting of needle electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction studies, isconsidered the "gold standard" test for determining the health of your spinal nerve roots. My research hasfound that about half of patients do have nerve spinal root injury. And surprisingly, those with a nerve spinalroot injury actually recover faster and more completely than patients with normal test results. In other words,an abnormal EMG was predictive of better recovery!TREATMENTThe first step for those suffering from sciatica is to schedule an electrodiagnostic test to determine if youhave evidence of nerve root injury. Based on the results of your physical and electrodiagnostic examination,well discuss a comprehensive approach for treatment including spinal manipulation, joint mobilization, andspecific therapeutic exercises in our Advanced Spine Care programFREE CONSULTATIONDon't suffer! My extensive research clearly shows that physical therapy isan effective treatment for back pain and sciatica. To learn more schedulea FREE consultation in our South Ogden clinic to discuss how ourindividual, specialized care will benefit you!TOTAL REHAB, INC.5957 Fashion Point Dr., Ste 102 1 South Ogden, UT 84403Phone: 801-827-0200|EDR. NATHAN J. SAVAGE DPT, PhDBoard Certified in OrthopaedicsBoard Certified in Clinical Electrophysiologytotalrehabclinics.comFacebook.com/TotalRehablnc

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Suffering from Sciatica Relief is Possible! Let us Diagnose the Correct Treatment WHAT CAUSES "SCIATICA"? Most commonly the result of a bulging or herniated spinal disk, sciatica is a term describing low back pain with associated radiating leg symptoms. The leg symptoms are typically described as sharp, piercing, throbbing, aching, burning tingling or numbness Often, patients experience more intense leg symptoms than back pain! Individuals who experience sciatica are at higher risk for developing chronic symptoms and (if not treated properly) are more likely to require costly and invasive treatments, including surgery. DIAGNOSIS Symptoms of sciatica include radiating leg pain, but not all those with sciatica have evidence of nerve root injury. This is an important distinction. Patients suffering from sciatica are often referred for electrodiagnostic testing in order to determine if they have nerve root injury associated with their symptoms Electrodiagnostic testing, consisting of needle electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction studies, is considered the "gold standard" test for determining the health of your spinal nerve roots. My research has found that about half of patients do have nerve spinal root injury. And surprisingly, those with a nerve spinal root injury actually recover faster and more completely than patients with normal test results. In other words, an abnormal EMG was predictive of better recovery! TREATMENT The first step for those suffering from sciatica is to schedule an electrodiagnostic test to determine if you have evidence of nerve root injury. Based on the results of your physical and electrodiagnostic examination, well discuss a comprehensive approach for treatment including spinal manipulation, joint mobilization, and specific therapeutic exercises in our Advanced Spine Care program FREE CONSULTATION Don't suffer! My extensive research clearly shows that physical therapy is an effective treatment for back pain and sciatica. To learn more schedule a FREE consultation in our South Ogden clinic to discuss how our individual, specialized care will benefit you! TOTAL REHAB, INC. 5957 Fashion Point Dr., Ste 102 1 South Ogden, UT 84403 Phone: 801-827-0200 |E DR. NATHAN J. SAVAGE DPT, PhD Board Certified in Orthopaedics Board Certified in Clinical Electrophysiology totalrehabclinics.com Facebook.com/TotalRehablnc