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Best Exercises for sciatica

How often should I do exercises for helping my back pain?

Try and perform these exercises every day. You should find your pain eases within 2 weeks and will normally pass in 4 - 6 weeks. However it's important you see a GP if your pain does not improve within a few years. 

Knee to chest stretch

On your back on the floor. Place a small, flat cushion or book under your head. Bend your knees and keep your feet straight and hip-width apart. Keep your upper body relaxed and your chin gently tucked in.

Bring your knees in towards your chest and hold it with both hands. Hold for 20 to 30 seconds with controlled relaxing deep breaths.

 

Leg Stretch 

On your back. Place a small, flat cushion under your head. Bend your knees and keep your feet straight and hip-width apart. 

Bend one knee up towards your chest. Hold the back of your upper leg with both hands, then slowly straighten the knee. Hold for 20 to 30 seconds, taking deep breaths. Bend the knee and return to the...

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Instant pain relief from sciatica and how to free yourself from the pain in the bum

 

Okay lets just be honest here... how many blogs, videos and or people possibly including your GP, Dr Google, mate in the office have you asked about this? Be honest with yourself. You have landed on this page - possibly by clicking about scrambling trying to find the solution to the pain you are in. Possibly  been told the answer but its maybe not what you wanted  to hear...?

I get it, I understand your frustration. Working with so many clients with this debilitating pain and having suffered off and on with sciatica over the years myself, especially while pregnant, I understand just how hellish the pain can be. Like a horrible toothache with the random shooting pain that might be felt as far down as your foot - and don't get me started with trying to get to sleep at night tossing and turning...

You might be reading this with a diagnosis of sciatica from your health care provider, or you may be experiencing pain that you suspect is sciatica. If you're going crazy with...

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