The process of lower back pain usually looks like:
1) Lower back pain originates as acute
2) Increase in pain becomes sub acute
3) 3 months, or even 6 months after, pain turns into chronic
4) Anything greater, results in Sciatica
As you can see, lower back pain will come in a ll different shapes and sizes. You could either have a light flare, a slowly occurring and appearing injury, pain that goes away for a short time, then comes back months later, or even long-lasting.
Then there is Sciatica(Step 4 above). Unlike all the other types of lower back pains, sciatica is very easy to differentiate and spot mainly because there is no hiding it.
With my experiences, first and second hand, I want to help be your guide to treating your sciatica. There are two steps to this diagnosis. I’ll go through everything about the diagnosis, its symptoms, various treatments, and I’ll get to what is the best treatment for sciatica available. I will also explain:
Let’s get right into it.