Physical therapy can improve functions of your body

Radicular pain is a type of pain, tingling, numbness, or weakness in the leg that originates from the lower back and affects the buttock, top and back of the leg. The most common symptom of radicular pain usually radiates along the sciatic nerve and down the leg.

Sciatica can originate from the following conditions:

The pain associated ranges from mild to severe and can be described as any of the following:

Radicular pain usually goes away on its own. If you are experiencing sciatica that is severe and impacting your quality of life, or if you have weakness or numbness that affects your leg or foot, you should seek treatment for radicular pain.

There are many options available such as:

Your physician may order any of the following tests to help diagnose and create a treatment plan for your radicular pain:

If you or a loved one is suffering from sciatica pain, the physicians at Cedar Hill Pain and Rehab can help determine the cause and find a treatment plan that works for you and improves your quality of life.

To learn more about these therapy techniques and to find out if you’re a candidate, you can make an appointment with a physician at Cedar Hill Pain and Rehab by calling 972-291-9165 or click here.