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Sciatica Treatment in Hot Springs

chiro woman patient leg stretchSciatica refers to pain that starts in the low back and extends down one or both legs. It usually gets worse with periods of sitting or standing. Sciatica often affects pregnant women, those with diabetes, and people who are obese.

At Body in Balance Chiropractic, our team has helped many patients like yourself find relief through gentle, focused chiropractic care.

What Causes Sciatica?

In almost all cases, sciatica is caused by injury or pressure on the sciatic nerve. Sciatica is a symptom of a medical problem and is not a medical condition by itself. Pressure on the sciatic nerve can have many causes, including disc problems, inflammation of surrounding tissues, structure abnormalities, and alignment issues. We will look at the cause of your sciatica and determine the best approach for you.

At Body in Balance Chiropractic, we aim to identify the root cause of the issue to correct the problem at the source instead of simply hiding the symptoms and pain.

Typical Symptoms

Some of the most common symptoms of sciatica pain include:

  • Hip pain
  • Aching
  • A tingling or burning feeling down the leg
  • Weakness, numbness, or a difficult time moving the leg or foot
  • Continual pain that affects one side of the buttocks
  • A shooting pain that makes it uncomfortable to stand up

The Body in Balance Chiropractic Natural Approach

Chiropractic adjustments can help to relieve sciatic pain. Improving joint motion in the lower back with chiropractic starts with a consultation and comprehensive examination.

We’ll let you know if we think you can benefit from our care. If we think another healthcare practitioner can better address your sciatica, we’ll let you know that too.

Learn More Today

We’d love to learn more about you and your goals in health. If you’re dealing with sciatic nerve pain, contact our team today to book an appointment. We look forward to welcoming you into the practice soon with a custom care plan.


Sciatica Treatment Hot Springs AR | (501) 767-0900