3 Responses to “I have sciatica pain, will trying to use my elliptical trainer make it worse?”

  1. keith cannone says:

    To understand what causes sciatica, you must understand what it was that caused your condition to develop in the first place. For example, you may discover that you have sciatica because of a herniated disc. But in order to get relief, it is equally important to know why your disc became herniated. Many people suffer needlessly from sciatica and never find relief. The Muscle Balance Therapy™ approach considers the root cause of any of these conditions to be muscle imbalances. These muscle imbalances can have negative effects on your muscles, joint and posture, leading to something called “postural dysfunctions.”

    There are four primary conditions that are responsible for sciatica nerve pain: Herniated Disc, Spinal Stenosis, Spondylolisthesis, and Piriformis Syndrome.

    The principles of Muscle Balance Therapy™ address the both the pain of sciatica and also the root cause of the condition that is responsible for your sciatica. Through strategic body assessments, your individual muscle imbalances can be identified, and a very targeted corrective program can be established for your specific needs.

    To watch a short video which demonstrates a few easy stretches that can help temporarily relieve your sciatic nerve pain, copy and paste the below link into a new browser:


  2. Lars Plougmann says:

    Best wishes for all our friends with back problems.

  3. The Rocketeer says:

    I had surgery to correct this problem in my back on March 16. I’m glad I did it. I am now pain free. Best wishes to Zach.

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