Sciatic pain can become a nerve-racking thing for patients who have been clinically diagnosed with Sciatica. It’s one of the most difficult pains to manage similar to a migraine.
The most challenging aspect is that it makes it nearly impossible to sit motionless in one position and restricts not only your movement and locomotion.
There are multiple causes behind sciatica such as physical trauma or injury due to a bad fall. Other reasons include spondylolysis, herniated and slipped disks, and even a few autoimmune diseases.
Try these 6 stretches to relieve sciatic nerve pain.
Sciatica Exercises & Stretches
The most common way of managing sciatica pain is by practicing specific exercises, postures, and stretches. It is very important to note that this physical activity should be approved by your physician since a physical trauma or injury can get worse after moving your body in the wrong position.
If you are new to stretching and exercise these exercises should be instructed directly by a physiotherapist who can guide the exact angles of the movements keeping in view the alignment of the muscles, bones, and nerves inside of our body.