Sciatica Pain Relief
This Unversal Sound Therapy Protocol has been designed specificaly to help your body overcome and recover from problems with the Sciatic Nerve.
Sciatica Pain Relief Sound Therapy
Are you or someone you love suffering from Sciatica Pain and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including Sciatica Pain with our sound therapies .
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our Sciatica Pain Relief sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our Sciatica Pain Relief sound therapy helps by:
- Decrease muscle weakness, tingling sensations as well as numbness
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
So you have Sciatica and does it ever hurt.
You can have:
- Muscle weakness
- Tingling or pins and needles
- Even a loss of bladder or bowel control
If this sounds like you, rest assured you are not alone. Millions of people suffer from problems with their Sciatic Nerve and have tried everything from:
- Simple exercise
- Pain medications
- Anti inflammatory drugs
- Physical therapy
- Massage therapy
- Even surgery in extreme cases
Welcome to Universal Sound Therapy. We deal with Sciatica. For the past five years we have been helping our clients with all sorts of issues and this is one of those we seem to hear a lot of talk about. It’s a very frustrating and painful affliction and may be caused by many different things. Our therapy session on Sciatica has proven to be very successful with our clients because it:
- Helps reduce any tension you may have
- Relaxes your body and mind
- Helps your body to reduce and/or eliminate the pain in your hips and legs
- Helps your body feel better again
- Helps you body heal itself
With our sound therapy reminding your body where it’s correct frequencies should be and our 90-Day Money Back Guarantee, you can’t lose.
Short Description of Sciatica Pain
Sciatica is a type of back pain resulting from injury or irritation of the sciatic nerve. This is a large nerve that runs from the lower back down to the back of the leg. When it is injured or something puts pressure on it, the result is pain in the lower back that usually spreads to the hips, buttocks region and the leg.
Symptoms of Sciatica
- Lower back pain extending through the hip and buttocks and down one leg.
- Pain only affects one leg and may worsen if the patient sits down, coughs or sneezes
- Symptoms appear suddenly and may last from days to weeks without treatment
Etiology of Sciatica
Sciatica is a term that is used to denote a set of symptoms caused also by an existing underlying medical condition. Here are some of the common health conditions that may cause sciatica:
- Herniated lumbar disc – Current research suggests that up to 90% of cases of sciatica is due to this cause. The herniated disc causes compression of one or more spinal nerve roots (L4-S3) that form the sciatic nerve. The injury may occur via direct compression of the sciatic nerve, which can happen when a lumbar disc bulges or when the soft inner material of the disc begins to leak or herniates via the fibrous outer core and then presses against the nerve. It may also occur due to chemical inflammation wherein an acidic chemical irritant from the disc material leaks out and causes inflammation and irritation in the area around the sciatic nerve.
- Lumbar Spinal Stenosis — This health condition refers to the narrowing of the spinal canal and is commonly seen in patients over 60 years old.
- Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease or general degenerative changes in the vertebrae or discs – Tissue degeneration in the lumbar spine results in compression and irritation of the sciatic nerve. Degeneration of the facet joints may also cause the synovial tissue in the joint capsule to become inflamed and increase in bulk. Also, degeneration of the vertebral bone may result in abnormal bone growths such as bone spurs or osteophytes. These growths in the lumbar spine result in compression of one or more nerve roots of the sciatic nerve. Degenerated intervertebral discs may also secrete inflammatory proteins resulting in sciatic nerve irritation.
- Spondylolisthesis – This health condition occurs when there is a small stress fracture resulting in one vertebral body to slip forward on another. A good example would be an L5 vertebra slipping forward to the S1 vertebra. Sciatica occurs when there is nerve compression, resulting from the disc space collapse, fracture and forward slipping of the vertebral body. Spondylolisthesis results in bilateral sciatica and is commonly seen in younger adults.
- Muscle Spasms
- Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
- Rarely, blood clots, tumors of the spine and other underlying pathologies in the lower back
Diagnosis of Sciatica Pain
Sciatica in itself is not a diagnosis but is term to describe the group of symptoms of an underlying medical condition. To determine if one has pain caused by sciatica, diagnosis of the underlying condition is a must in order to formulate an effective treatment plan and management. Studies show that up to 85% of Americans experience some form of back pain during their lifetime. However, this does not automatically mean that the sciatic nerve is involved. In most instances, the issue is the result of overextending or straining of the muscles in the lower back resulting to muscle spasms. What sets sciatica pain apart from regular back pain is the presentation and location. In sciatica the pain radiates down the leg and into the feet and this would feel like a bad leg cramp that lasts for a few days. Most people that get sciatica pain are between the ages of 30 to 50 years old. Women more than men are more likely to develop the problem due to pregnancy as a result of pressure on the sciatic nerve from the developing uterus. People that play sports and play activities that involve pressure on the lower back
To diagnose sciatica and prescribe relief and treatment for the condition, the doctor may ask about your history and do a physical examination. He will ask when the pain began and its location. Whether you had some unusual physical or sports related activity lately. You may also be asked to squat, walk on your toes or heel or raise your leg without bending the knee. The physical muscle tests can help your physician to determine if indeed the sciatic nerve is irritated so he can provide appropriate therapy. Imaging studies such as an MRI may be requested in order to get more information regarding the location as well as the origin of the irritated nerve. The MRI can show the alignment of the vertebral discs, muscles and ligaments. A CT scan may also be requested with contrast dye in order to provide a good picture of the nerves and spinal cord. X-rays are useful to determine bony outgrowths but cannot detect nerve problems related to sciatica pain.
The goal of treatment is to lessen pain an increase physical mobility. This may include rest, combined with physical therapy as well as the use of medicine to provide relief for the inflammation and pain. Usually, pain medicine such as anti-inflammatory drugs to relieve the symptoms. This is combined with physical therapy. Use of alternative medicine like sound therapy can help immensely to provide relief from symptoms. Sound therapy aligns the chakras in order to help the body heal itself.
Prognosis of Sciatica
Usually an injury or particular event related to the spine does not cause sciatica instantly. The condition tends to progress over time. Sciatica pain affects 10-40% of the population and is mostly seen in certain kinds of occupation where physically strenuous positions are implemented like in machine operators or truck drivers. Also, people that often bend their spine forward or sideways or raise their arms often above the shoulder level may be at risk of sciatica pain. Most people affected by sciatica pain gets better within 4 to 6 weeks of treatment. If symptoms are severe or when there are neurological deficits present, recovery and relief can take longer.