Envista Medical treats sciatic nerve pain with non-surgical techniques like spinal decompression, physiotherapy and chiropractic care.
Sciatica PainRelief | Available in Bakersfield
It’s the largest and longest nerve in your body—and when it’s inflamed, it’s impossible to ignore.
When the sciatic nerve is irritated, it can cause pain that radiates from your lower spine down the back of your leg. It may be a dull, constant ache or a sharp, burning pain.
Envista Medical Clinic has a staff of expert medical doctors and chiropractors that can treat the source of your sciatic nerve pain for immediate relief. Make an appointment today, and be pain-free ASAP.
You may also feel:
Numbness or weakness along your sciatic nerve
Pins-and-needles feeling in your foot or toes
Loss of bladder or bowel control (this is a sign of a serious, rare condition—seek medical care immediately)
Sciatica is a symptom of an underlying medical condition, such as a bulging or herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, or spinal misalignment. Envista offers safe, non-surgical procedures that treat the root causes of sciatica, not just the symptoms.
We Can Treat Your Sciatic Nerve Pain Without Surgery. Start your road to relief by making an appointment.
During your visit, we’ll give you a thorough exam, orthopedic and neurological tests, and take X-rays if necessary.
This will help us identify compression issues in your spine, misaligned or degenerative discs, muscle issues, and more. From there, we’ll create a detailed plan to heal your spine through our unique comprehensive pain management treatment program. That could include a combination of medical injections, chiropractic adjustments, physiotherapy exercises, and disc decompression therapy.
Make an Appointment
Schedule a free consultation by calling (661) 587-0700 or simply fill out the form on the side of this page.
How Does Envista Medical Treat Sciatica?
We use a variety of treatment options that can help manage your painful symptoms of sciatica:
Physiotherapy to help strengthen the spinal column and its supporting muscles