If you knew how to treat sciatica yourself, would you jump at the chance to cure? I’m sure you’re thinking What kind of question is that? Of course the answer is ‘yes’!
Knowing how to treat sciatica myself saved me from a lifetime of pain and suffering.
Not to mention that it saved me from having to throw away a ton of money that I would have otherwise have had to spend on medical treatment.
Above all, knowing how to treat sciatica myself it helped me to gain my life back.
Being the parent of two young children, one toddler, and one infant, I knew that I had to do something.
I had a decent health insurance plan, but it wouldn’t cover my chiropractor visits. It wouldn’t cover physical therapy. Even with insurance, the cost of prescription muscle relaxants was sky high. And getting back surgery was out of the question, unless it was an emergency!Â
So I decided to learn how to treat sciatica myself. After all, I had to do something. I couldn’t just live out the rest of my life with this pain. I wasn’t content to just “learn to live with it”. It was affecting the quality of my life and my kids’ lives.
Learning how to treat sciatica myself was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
Here’s a general overview of what my plan consisted of:
Low-impact aerobic exercise
Trigger point massage
I would get my husband to help me out with the massage and acupressure. But the rest of the activities, like stretching, exercise, and dieting were simple enough for me to manage by myself. I felt major relief within the first 24 hours! I finally got my life back. More importantly, my kids have their mother back!
I would highly recommend to anyone who is suffering from sciatica to learn how to treat sciatica yourself and try these remedies. You won’t be disappointed!
If you had a chance to regain a normal life, being able to take care of your kids, being able to play sports, be able to get up and sit down without feeling that burning sensation in your lower extremities, and do the things that other people take for granted, would you be willing to do whatever it takes?