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Sciatica Series - Part 3: The Five Most Common Causes of Sciatica (Video)

Posted by Illinois Back Institute on Fri, Mar 10, 2017 @ 03:23 PM

sciatica sct3 470x246.pngWe have discussed in Parts 1 and 2 of this series what the five most common causes of Sciatica are:

  • Herniated Disc
  • Bulging Disc
  • Degenerated Disc
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Piriformis Syndrome

 

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This video is a quick recap of those causes, which may help to clarify what we have been discussing:


 

It is important that everyone fully understands what these causes are, because the key to treating Sciatica is to identify the causes so that they can be properly addressed and eliminated. When you have any of these 5 causes you will need a treatment that eliminates the exact cause, and when you do that your Sciatica will go away.

Remember, this is just Part Three of a Ten Part series. In Part Four we will begin to talk about what Sciatica really is.

 

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!

Our 9 Step Solution specializes in treating the causes of back pain and sciatica. Are you ready to put an end to your pain? Schedule a Free Consultation by calling us at 844-408-0462 or click here!


And if you missed the first two parts, or would like to receive more information, you can sign up for our Free Sciatica Series by clicking here:

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