Inversion Tables For Sciatica

Inversion tables for sciatica can be very helpful when it comes to relieving pain, particularly if your sciatica is due to a herniated or slipped disc. Sciatica is a condition defined as compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve. This can happen as a result of a herniated disc or an injury that causes swelling in the ar … Read More

Filed Under: Sciatica
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Inversion Table Benefits

There are many benefits to using an inversion table. In this article we will discuss how this ancient technique has helped so many people find lasting relief from back pain. Right now, while you are reading this you are probably at least slightly hunched over, with your head tilted forward. Freeze for just a second and th … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Inversion Gravity Machine

An inversion gravity machine is something that offers relief from pressure on a patient's spine, by "hanging" them upside down. They are supported by their ankles and drawn downward by gravity and body weight. The nature of the hanging aspect of the therapy means the spine becomes less compressed, easing pressure on discs, a … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

How To Treat Sciatica

One common complaint at doctor's offices is how to treat sciatica. It is a common medical condition that exists. This condition occurs most often among men and women age 30-50. Although a specific injury can cause this condition, it can also occur as a result of general wear and tear on the spine. This condition can be quite … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

How To Cure Sciatica

Sciatica is a group of symptoms caused by pressure or inflammation on the root nerves feeding the sciatic nerve, or on the nerve itself. The pain it causes is acute, sharp, and shooting from the lower or middle back down the buttocks into the legs and toes. If this is the kind of pain you have, you have sciatica, an entirely … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

How Long Will My Sciatica Symptoms Last?

Have you experienced a prickly sensation down your lower back and leg? Do you often feel pain or numbness down your leg and have no idea what the root cause is? These feelings could indicate you suffer from sciatica, which is not really a medical problem so much as a grouping of symptoms related to pressure on the sciatic ne … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Herniated Disk Sciatica Treatment

There are many ways to approach herniated disc sciatica treatment. But first, let's analyze what a herniated disc is, and how it's related to sciatica. Your spinal column is made up of alternating vertebrae – small segments of bone – and cushioning discs made of a material similar to cartilage. As your body ages and wears o … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Herniated Discs Caused by Poor Lifting Techniques

Any job these days that involves physical lifting will most certainly train employees in the proper techniques and postures for lifting heavy objects safely. One of the very first things in a new job a recently hired employee will be shown are these lifting techniques that focus on safety. This is usually done with a supervi … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Herniated Disc Water Exercises

Disc herniation is an increasingly common ailment among adults. Some of the symptoms of a herniated disc include leg pain, back pain, and weakness in the muscles of the lower extremities. A herniation of the spinal disc occurs when the spinal disc, or the cushion that sits between the vertebrae of the spine, is somehow pushe … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Herniated Disc Exercises

A herniated disc occurs when the disc that operate as cushion between the vertebrae is pushed or moves (bulges) outside of its original position where it can irritate nearby spinal nerves and the spinal cord resulting in numbness, pain or weakness in the arms, legs, and back. There is normally ample space surrounding the spi … Read More

Filed Under: Herniated Disc
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,