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The tenth tip for our Sciatica Stretches is called the Calf Stretch! The Sciatic Nerve is the largest nerve in the human body and is about as wide as a thumb. It travels from the lower spine down through the legs and all the way down to the foot. Because of that, Sciatica pain can cause numbness or even soreness in the calf. The Calf Stretch can help relieve the pain present in the calf due to Sciatica.
To perform the Calf Stretch at home, you will need an open wall space that is free from any obstacles that may block or prevent you from doing the stretch.
How To Do The Calf Stretch At Home:
This stretch will help alleviate pain that radiates into the calf and ankle. Remember, it is very important to keep your back straight while performing this stretch.
This is just one in our Series of Free Sciatica Stretches that we offer to everyone to help relieve their Sciatica pain! If you would like to see a video of Dr. Amy perform the stretch (as seen in the picture above), as well as receive the other stretches in the series, just fill out the form on this page!
At the Illinois Back Institute we strive to educate people as much as possible about their back, neck, and sciatica pain, because it has been proven that the more people know about their pain the more likely they will be to get rid of it!
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