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Take The Stress Out Of Sciatica pain, try Tennis ball massage
Do you suffer with Sciatic nerve pain? The tennis ball massage will help to ease the pain.
Sciatica pain is a symptom of common low back pain issues including lumbar herniated disc, degenerative disc, spinal stenosis and spondylolisthesis.
The pain occurs because of the pinched or compressed sciatica nerve due to medical conditions such as herniated disc and others medical condition mentioned above. The symptoms vary based on where the pinched nerve or compression occurs. Some people feel pain when they sit. Some may feel constant pain running from the buttock to leg. For other, it will be shock like pain when they sit or stand.
Sciatica pain is not a medical condition hence you will have to treat the cause of the symptoms. In most cases, exercising or messaging piriformis muscle located near the sciatic nerve helps to ease the pain.
The piriformis muscle is massaged when you try the tennis ball massage. The massage helps reducing muscle tension and improves blood circulation in that area.
Here is a detailed post from Health Ambition, “How to Use the Tennis Ball Massage to Relieve Sciatica Pain?” to read and practice.
Similarly, MDcure delivers extremely low frequency PEMF therapy creating massaging effects that increase blood flow and perfusion to accelerate your healing on sciatica nerve.
PEMF therapy has been shown to have pain relieving and healing effects on muscular tissue and cartilage.
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