LONG ISLAND PAIN SPECIALIST PROVIDING SCIATIC RELIEF
Pain and numbness that begins in the lower back and radiates down the leg is a classic sign of sciatica. It is often caused by a herniated disc resulting in irritation on a nerve in the lumbar spine. However, it could also be caused by a muscle spasm, arthritis, or spinal stenosis and the specialists at Pain Institute of Long Island are qualified to make the correct diagnosis and provide treatment.
WHAT CAUSES SCIATIC PAIN
- Herniated Disc
- Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Piriformis Syndrome
Our first line of therapy may be a combination of physical therapy, and anti-inflammatory medications. However, if these measures fail to facilitate adequate pain relief and a return to normal functioning, the physicians at Pain Institute of Long Island have the resources and experience to recommend a wide variety of minimally invasive procedures. Some of these procedures are Transforaminal, Interlaminar or Caudal Epidural Injections.
In some cases a referral, to a spine surgeon may be necessary. We will direct you to the best surgeons in the area.
Sciatic pain has many causes, and there are also many effective treatments available. At Pain Institute of Long Island, our goal is to find the one treatment, or combination of treatments, that works for you. Take the first step by calling 631.474.0707 or emailing us today.