Ending Sciatica

Published: 03rd August 2010
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After helping hundreds of people end their sciatic pain, there are a couple of tips and tricks that you can use instantly to help end the pain of sciatica. First it's important to know what is causing your sciatic pain and I've found that there are distinct parts of sciatica and if you are being treated for only one of the parts, you may not be receiving the relief that you need for your pain. One of the biggest parts of sciatic pain is irritation of the sciatic nerve itself. There are several factors that can be irritating the nerve, but there are a couple of simple tricks that you can use to help stretch the sciatic nerve to relieve the pain of sciatica. One of these tricks is proper stretching and one of the best stretches I've found to help end sciatic pain is the "Out-Up-In" stretch. This stretch is only performed on the side that you are experiencing sciatica and it's only for 15 seconds, so some people can have relief from their pain within fifteen seconds of using this particular stretch. If you are suffering with sciatica and have been correctly diagnosed with sciatic nerve impingement, then this stretch is perfect for your condition. Now the only difficulty with this stretch is that it is only helpful for people with one or two parts of the complete diagnosis of sciatica. If your sciatica is being caused by ligamental damage, then this stretch will not help your condition. But if you have indeed experienced nerve irritation then this stretch is perfect for your case. The surprising part of this stretch is that it is a fairly intense stretch and people forget to turn the leg in when performing the stretch, but if you can get into the correct position and turn your foot in, you only hold the stretch for 15 seconds and you can experience pain relief. There is a caution that we tell people about this stretch in that it is for sciatic nerve irritation only. If you don't know which part of the puzzle you are experiencing, then this stretch can not only irritate the sciatica, but it can make the pain more intense, so make sure you have been diagnosed correctly. And if you are unsure which part of the puzzle you may be suffering from, then it's worth learning more before trying this stretch. But for now, try the "Out-Up-In" stretch and it could help you end the pain of sciatica.

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