Why suffer needlessly with sciatica?

Often people are told, incorrectly, that the only option they have is drugs. Drugs all carry potentially dangerous side effects while failing to fully correct the problem of sciatica. If you suffer from sciatica, get the back pain relief you deserve.


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What causes sciatica ?

  • The (sciatica) nerve can be irritated in the pelvis at the sacroiliac joint. If you have ever broken a leg bone or had a major foot; or if you have ever fallen on your hip or ankle; knee or hip joint injury or surgery; if you have a muscle imbalance from performing a particular sport or activity, chance are that you may have a rotated pelvis which stresses a sacroiliac joint, and from there the sciatic nerve that runs right in front of it, thus causing irritation of the (sciatica) nerve.
  • Since the (sciatica) nerve originates in the low back, one cause is impingement or pressure on one of the nerves forming the sciatic nerve.  Nerve impingement can be from a juxtapositioned bone in your lower back or from a disc herniation or bulge.
  • Another location where pressure can be put on the sciatic nerve is in the buttocks.  There are many muscles located there and the sciatic nerve passes underneath these muscles.  In some unlucky people the sciatic nerve passes through a muscle called the piriformis muscle.  So, if the piriformis muscle contracts contracts, it can actually pinch or ‘choke’ the sciatic nerve.

Here’s how we can help (Sciatica Treatment)

When you are feeling the intense pain of sciatica, understandably all you want is for the pain to go away with effective sciatica treatment. At such moments there is an attraction to request drugs as a initial choice for sciatica treatment to make the pain go away.  While drugs may provide some temporary relief, we advocate sciatica treatment that gets to the source of the problem: a structural examination by one of our expert doctors at The Dublin Chiropractic and Disc Centre, spinal scans to locate the problem, non-surgical spinal decompression, specific chiropractic adjustments, core muscle stabilization, cold laser, and physiotherapy so you can get the sciatica treatment that you need.

Here at The Dublin Chiropractic and Disc Centre, sciatica treatment is one of our specialties. We’d be thrilled to help you.

Non-surgical spinal decompression.  Mild to moderate herniated discs can usually be treated conservatively with first our non-surgical spinal decompression systems followed by core strengthening therapy combined with chiropractic care.  Advanced cases of herniated discs will often require Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression, in conjunction with core stabilization and chiropractic care. Occasionally, herniated discs may be severe enough to necessitate surgical intervention. These cases are usually reserved as a last resort when other forms of therapy have failed.


FINALLY ! There is New Technology In Dublin, Ireland That Doesn’t Just End SEVERE Pain From Herniated Discs, But Helps Your Body To Start Regenerating Them…As quick as Possible.

Doesn’t matter how bad your pain is, how long you had it, or how many other failed treatments you’ve had !

Sounds to good to be true ? Here is proof !

When you have a herniated disc, compressive forces cause your spinal bones to come together, basically devastating your disc.  The space in between your bones decreases and the soft jelly-like disc materials squeezes out. The disc material that leaks out is called a herniated disc or a protruding disc, or and extruded disc and this squeezed out material can cause severe pain, numbness and tingling in your back, neck, arms or legs when the disc material pushes into and pinches the nerve. So here’s the logic: if you could slightly pull the compressed spinal bones apart, that would open up the space, take the pressure off of the disc, the disc bulge comes off of the nerve and solves the problem, makes sense?

How do we accomplish this?

Historically, doctors have been trying to do exactly that with traction. Problem is that with traction has been proven to be rarely effective and often hurts. Traction rarely works because when you have a herniated or bulging disc, because the area is injured and when you try to move, your muscles go into spasm.  Spasm is your body’s way of trying to protect you from causing further injury.  That’s why traction is painful and ineffective.  As soon as the traction starts, your muscles overprotect the area by muscle spasms.

Here’s the good part:  Now there is newer technology that outwits your body’s natural spasm reaction.  In other words:  It tricks the body!

This technology is called Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression and here’s how it works…

Spinal Decompression is radically unlike from plain traction because it has advanced computerized technology that actually senses your spinal muscles.  When it starts to gently pull, it immediately knows when your spinal muscles start to contract and it stops pulling.  As soon as your spinal muscles relax, it starts pulling again.

The amazing thing is the computer settings avoid muscle contractions so early, you don’t even know what is going on. Translation: you don’t feel any pain !  In fact, the only thing most people feel is gentle pulling, gentle vibration, and NO PAIN !

But even better part is:  Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression is able to lightly decompress your spinal bones which in many cases, actually moves that disc bulge back into the disc, rehydrating the injured disc so that it can heal as you would expect.

The treatments are pleasant and straightforward.  All you have to do is lie down, listen to your favorite music or take a snooze.  The astonishing technology does everything while you simply unwind the pain !

Treatment features: 

  • Is non-invasive so it does not have the dangerous risks of surgery or injections.
  • For most patients it is 100% painless… in fact most patients fall asleep during their sessions !
  • Gets to the root cause of the problem and helps it heal logically !
  •  Works Fast !  most  patients get relief after a handful of treatments – some even after the initial !