If you’re reading this article about “The 4 Causes of Sciatica…” it’s a good bet that you have a radiating pain running down the back of your leg that just won’t go away.
If what I’m about to tell you sounds familiar, don’t worry, help is on the way.
In order to get rid of your sciatica you must first know what is causing your pain… and there are 4 conditions that can cause sciatica.
While the pain is simply caused by pressure being placed on the sciatic nerve, one or more of these four causes are almost always the culprit:
Condition #1 – Piriformis Syndrome:
This most common cause of sciatic pain occurs when pressure is placed on the sciatic nerve by the piriformis muscle.
Condition #2 – Herniated Discs:
Pressure caused by a herniated or bulging disc. A herniation is when a disc protrudes out from between the vertebrae and this can either be caused by an event like a car accident, or, by months or years of uneven pressure due to muscle imbalances.
Condition #3 – Spinal Stenosis:
Pressure caused by spinal stenosis, which is a decrease in the space between the vertebrae.
Condition #4 – Isthmic Spondylolisthesis:
Pressure caused by isthmic spondylolisthesis which is simply when a vertebrae slips or moves…
In Nearly Every Case Of Sciatica, Muscle Imbalances Are The Primary Cause Of The Pressure Being Placed On The Sciatic Nerve… Sciatica comes about either due to a traumatic event, muscle imbalances, or a combination of both.
Another way sciatic pain creeps into your life is due to your lifestyle and habits. This is what we like to call the process. The process can be described as a prolonged onset of symptoms based on your everyday activities…
To understand how these 4 causes play a part in your condition click on the link below for a full explanation.
and watch this 4 minutes video by clicking the link below…