1. Chiropractor Spinal Adjustments
There are different types of ruptured or herniated discs — some that cause more nerve pain than others.
2. Yoga and Stretching
Moving in certain ways can aggravate sciatic pain, but in some cases it can actually help relieve the pain. Some people find that sitting, standing for a long time and moving around abruptly tends to trigger pain.
3. Acupuncture and Massage Therapy
You’re probably somewhat familiar with acupuncture — at least the fact that it involves tiny needles.
4. Avoid Sitting for Long Periods, Get Moving!
Sitting for many hours, such as working at a desk or watching TV during leisure time, can
make matters worse when it comes to bulging discs and back pain.
5. Use Heating Pads
Many people find relief by using inexpensive heating pads set on a low or medium setting,
placed on the lower back for about 15 to 20 minutes every day.
6. Reduce Inflammation
It’s estimated that 5 percent to 10 percent of all patients with low back pain have sciatica, but there are a few personal and occupational risk factors that raise the odds for developing sciatic nerve pain. Low back Pain Treatment