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What treatments are best for sciatic nerve pain?

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Where do I go for sciatic pain treatment?

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Sciatic nerve pain is best addressed at a professional pain clinic like Pain Treatment Specialists. Here, you’ll find long-lasting and minimally invasive back pain treatments that target sciatic nerve pain like nerve blocks and epidural steroid injections. Their back pain doctors are experts in lower back pain, and customize treatment plans based on each patient’s specific pain concerns. At-home remedies such as hot showers, heating pads, and stretches provide temporary pain relief, but do not address the underlying issue of an irritated sciatic nerve.

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Harvard Trained

Our doctors are Harvard Trained and are specialists in the latest cutting edge technology in pain medicine. They have over 50 combined publications, have been featured on TV and Print Media. Their academic expertise, combined with exceptional bedside manner, ensure full patient satisfaction.

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We are a center of excellence for pain medicine. We follow the latest guidelines for patient safety and our doctors regularly attend conferences & contribute to academia. We regularly have doctors from all over the country shadow and observe in our clinic.

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Our doctors are board certified pain doctors. You should always ask if your pain doctor has a certification specifically in Pain Management medicine. In order to be Board Certified in pain medicine, our doctors have to undergo vigorous residency training followed by fellowship specialization.

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What Kind of Doctor Treats Sciatica?

An interventional pain doctor treats sciatica and other lower back pain conditions. This type of doctor receives extensive training in interventional pain management, which focuses on avoiding surgery and using cutting-edge technology for sciatic nerve pain. All of the back pain doctors at Pain Treatment Specialists are board-certified interventional pain doctors, and emphasize minimally invasive solutions for sciatica pain. In addition to being nationally recognized pain specialists, our sciatica pain doctors are also highly rated by patients for their exceptional bedside manner.

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What Helps Sciatic Nerve Pain?

Sciatic nerve pain is incredibly disruptive to one’s daily life, and is caused by the irritation of the sciatic nerve that runs through the lower back, buttocks, hips, and legs. Minimally invasive back pain treatments such as nerve blocks and epidural steroid injections are highly effective at treating sciatic nerve pain. Both of these treatments focus on eliminating pain signals radiating from the sciatic nerve. Physical therapy is often used in conjunction with nerve blocks and epidural steroid injections to increase range of motion and build strength in the lower back.

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How to Treat Sciatic Nerve Pain?

Treating sciatic nerve pain is easily accomplished through minimally invasive back pain treatments. Surgery is rarely needed for sciatica, and is only considered if it is affecting a person’s bowels or bladder. Instead, more conservative treatments such as epidural steroid injections, physical therapy, and nerve blocks treat pain caused by an irritated sciatic nerve. These minimally invasive pain treatments allow patients to quickly resume normal activities without the painful presence of sciatica.