What is sciatica? It's a pain caused by irritation of the sciatic nerve. Although it's often confused with general back pain, sciatica pain is associated with the longest nerve in your body, running through your lower back, hips, buttocks, legs, and feet.
We administer regenerative medicine to treat sciatic pain, and we have the necessary natural and minimally invasive therapies that may help anyone in the Atlanta area eliminate sciatica pain and discomfort.
Sciatica Pain Treatment
Anything that aggravates or puts pressure on the sciatic nerve can cause shooting pain, making sciatica nerve pain relief essential to resuming your daily activities. Although specialized regenerative cells you currently have, in your body, help heal injured tissue naturally, their ability to do so diminishes with age. That’s why we utilize young cells!
Sciatic Nerve Pain Relief
We know that sciatic pain can be excruciating, and that’s why we offer the most advanced techniques to heal patients naturally and effectively for long-lasting results.
We provide two major types of injection treatments as part of our regenerative medicine practice. The first is platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, and the injection comes from your own blood platelets. Platelets are high in proteins and growth factors that accelerate healing once injected into the affected tissues that are contributing to your sciatica pain.
The second injection involves regenerative cells. We use Wharton’s jelly-derived mesenchymal stem cells that are ethically collected and donated from thoroughly screened healthy mothers, who have a planned C-section birth. Since cells become less effective as they age, young medenchymal cells are preferred for their youth and proficiency at healing. An injection of these cells into the site of sciatic pain amplifies natural healing processes, like nothing else.
Sciatica can range from mild to severe, with patients experiencing occasional, shooting pain to persistent throbbing. The sensation of pain may vary, but sciatica is often accompanied by symptoms such as:
- Hip pain
- Leg pain
- Back aching
- Muscle numbness or weakness
- Hip nerve pain
If you’re experiencing early symptoms of sciatic nerve pain, do not assume it will get better. The discomfort may expand into chronic pain that affects more than the primary area. If you have mild or severe sciatic nerve pain, it’s time to contact us.
Instead of relying on surgery or prescription painkillers, you can contact us and we will diagnose the issue and design an effective treatment plan that will get you sciatic pain relief for the long-term.
If you are looking for all natural treatment for sciatica in Atlanta, Marietta, Cartersville, Kennesaw, Acworth or any city in the Greater Atlanta area, call our medical clinic today at (770) 675-3609 for a complimentary consultation.