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Pain generally felt in the buttock that refers to the foot. Sciatic nerve damage can also cause pain in the lower back. Indeed, it will often be perceived as a pinching or burning in the buttock with a tingling or numbness sensation in the thigh, leg or foot. This pain is often confused with sacroiliac syndrome (which also causes pain in the buttock but the referred pain does not extend beyond the knee) or gluteal muscle myofascial syndrome (which also causes pain in the buttock but the referred pattern does not follow the nerve path). Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Proper treatment of any condition must involve the cause of the problem, not just the symptoms. Chiropractors are trained to diagnose and treat sciatica.
They will perform a complete review of your health history as well as a physical examination. The treatment may include chiropractic adjustments, exercises, postural corrections, lifestyle and behavior. The goal is to correct or improve the alignment and mobility of the vertebrae to allow the body to heal itself and relieve itself of nerve irritations.