SpineOne Treatments for sciaticaSciatica Overview:

Sciatica and sciatic pain is a symptom rather than a diagnosis. It may occur when nerve root(s) at the lumbar spine are compressed or damaged causing pain, burning, weakness, numbness or tingling in the low back or legs. Causes include herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, piriformis syndrome and spinal tumors.  Sciatic pain may occur in as much as 40 percent of the population.

Our physicians are experts in identifying the cause of your sciatica, and helping you create a treatment plan for care and long-term relief from sciatic pain. We offer same-day appointments and work with most insurance plans to help you feel better.

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Sciatica Symptoms & Treatment


The most common symptoms of sciatica are:

  • Back pain
  • Leg weakness, pain, numbness and/or tingling
  • Pain with prolonged sitting or standing
  • Pain when sneezing, coughing or laughing
  • Pain worsening at night
  • Pain with twisting, lifting or straining


Some of the most common treatments for sciatic pain include:

  • Education
  • Physical therapy
  • Medication
  • Injections
  • Surgery (last option)

A combination of these treatments will usually work to alleviate the pain.

Common Questions

Will I be able to resume normal physical activities?

Many people with sciatica are able to resume their normal activities after treatment. You’ll want to speak with a SpineOne physician to plan your particular treatment and get back into the swing of things.

Are there ways I can keep sciatica from getting worse?

Rest and allowing the body to heal helps. There are also stretches and exercises that you can do to help alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with sciatica. You’ll want to speak with your doctor and/or physical therapist to discover which activities may work best for you.

Where can I get treatment?

SpineOne is Denver’s premier medical center for the treatment of spine-related conditions and disorders, including sciatica. We recommend you call and schedule an appointment with one of our highly qualified physicians and get relief.

Is physical therapy needed?

Physical therapy may be a very effective component of a treatment plan and is common for this condition.

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