Sciatica Treatment For Sciatic Nerve & Leg Pain In KL, Malaysia

Chiropractic Specialty Center® (CSC) provides holistic sciatica treatment for lasting relief of sciatic nerve symptoms and leg pain In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. CSC’s sciatic nerve pain treatment for patients with back pain, sciatica, or pregnancy-related sciatic-like pain is with breakthrough technology, personalized methods of chiropractic combined with clinical physiotherapy and rehabilitation; contact us today for more information.

What Is Sciatica?

Sciatica is not a medical condition diagnosis but descriptive of symptoms resulting from compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve. Sciatica is a collection of symptoms that includes pain, numbness, or tingling along the sciatic nerve path starting from the buttocks down to the feet, often impacting one leg. Still, in some instances, it can occur in both legs simultaneously.

What Is The Most Common Cause Of Sciatica? 

Sciatica is a symptom of an underlying condition resulting in impingement, irritation, or degeneration of the sciatic nerve at its originating fibers in the lower spine or along the path of the sciatic nerve as it travels from the buttocks to the foot.

Slipped discs are the primary and most common cause of sciatica. A slipped disc is a typical layperson term describing spinal disc damage as seen in the bulging or herniated discs. According to published studies, there are six different types of slipped discs that we have organized below, and the order of severity from mild slipped disc to severe slipped disc below:

  1. Bulging disc
  2. Protruded disc
  3. Prolapsed disc
  4. Ruptured disc
  5. Herniated disc
  6. Extruded disc
  7. Fragmented disc

Bulging, protruded, and prolapsed slipped discs are contained slipped discs. Ruptured, herniated, extruded, and fragmented discs are classified as non-contained slipped discs. A contained slipped disc is more stable compared to the non-contained forms. The non-contained slipped discs are more dangerous because the nucleus pulposus (center and most crucial part) protrudes or slips out. 

Aside from slipped discs mentioned here, other or secondary causes of sciatic nerve pain or sciatica-like pain syndromes can result from:

Sciatica Pregnancy: Causes & Best Treatment Options

Back pain and sciatic-related problems are relatively common during pregnancy. According to published studies, nearly everyone will experience lower back issues at some point in their life. Sciatica pregnancy or related disorders are more common in women over 30, but they can occur at any age. Also, pregnancy sciatica is often seen in pregnant women with preexisting lower back issues. Women who experience occasional or frequent stiffness or discomfort before pregnancy are at more significant risk of developing constant back pain during pregnancy or sciatica-like symptoms that run down the back of the leg.

Relaxin and progesterone are critical hormones that help soften or loosen muscles and ligaments to expand and increase the abdomen and pelvis areas for the growing uterus and baby. Unfortunately, a byproduct of these two hormones is excessive loosening of the pelvic joints, which leads to pelvic or sacral (tailbone) misalignment. The rapid weight gain, changes in the center of gravity, and increased hormonal changes (increased levels of progesterone & relaxin) are all co-related events that often lead to or worsen existing back or sciatica issues in prenatal stages or postpartum time (during or after pregnancy).

Additionally, the uterus continuously expands during pregnancy to accommodate the growing baby. The expansion of the uterus coupled with the ever-increasing baby’s weight in the presence of increased relaxin and progesterone hormones often leads to spinal misalignment that compresses spinal nerves or impingements the sciatic nerve makes its way to the leg from the pelvis.

Get Rid Of Sciatica During Pregnancy With Our Prenatal & Postpartum Treatment

Sciatica during pregnancy can occur at any time during gestation. However, sciatica pregnancy is most common during the 7th month of pregnancy. Pregnant females who develop back pain or sciatica during the early stage of pregnancy are at significantly higher risks of developing debilitating back pains or severe forms of sciatica.

Chiropractic Specialty Center® (CSC) in Bukit Damansara offers specialized methods of pregnancy-specific chiropractic treatments coupled with physiotherapy for sciatica and back pain during pregnancy. CSC’s sciatica treatment during pregnancy combines physiotherapy with Webster’s chiropractic technique and Activator-specific pelvic treatments for pregnant mothers and new mothers with back pain or sciatica. Contact CSC in Kuala Lumpur on 017 269 1873 to schedule a consultation with our lead chiropractor, Dr. Yama. Dr. Yama has been treating sciatica for over 25-years. His sciatica treatment for pregnant females and new mothers can help you recover faster.

How Bad Can Sciatica Get?

The severity of symptoms is linked to an individual’s tolerance levels and root causes. While most sciatica present with simple forms, some will experience severe sciatic pain symptoms with multiple co-conditions resulting from a mixture of primary and secondary reasons. 

Sciatica can become unbearable and disabling, causing significant difficulty walking, standing, or sitting. In severe forms, it can be paralyzing. According to published studies, sciatica & back pain are the leading cause of disability in the 4th, 5th, and 6th decades of life (40-60). Therefore, it is essential to identify all root causes to eliminate them with holistic sciatica treatment at the earliest stages or with the onset of symptoms. 

Noteworthy point: Sciatica is often the result of slipped discs with two or more secondary causes mentioned above. Patients presenting with two or more of the disorder cited as secondary causes will likely have pronounced sciatic nerve symptoms that include pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness in the lower extremities. To understand this point best, we need to learn more about the sciatic nerve.

The Sciatic Nerve 

The sciatic nerve is a collection of four nerves exiting the lower back from L4-S2 (L4, L5, S1, and S2). The L4-S2 segments cover the area from the top of your belt line to the top portions of the tailbone. The L4-S2 nerves combine and fuse, forming the sciatica nerve in the pelvic cavity. Once the sciatic nerve is created, it runs downward and enters the buttocks, passing under the piriformis muscle on its way towards the back of the thigh.

The sciatica nerve is the longest and largest (thickest). At its widest portion, it can average between 18-25mm in diameter (about the size of your thumb), and it can be as long as 1 meter (100cm). It travels caudally (runs downward) from the buttocks to the back of the thigh, and it splits, forming two branches (tibial and fibular nerves) at the back of the knee before entering the lower leg on its way to the foot. 

The sciatica nerve provides direct and indirect controls over the skin and muscles of the posterior thigh (back of the thigh) and leg. Innervation of the skin and muscles of the leg below the knee is deemed indirect as branches of the sciatica nerves provide them. Similarly, the skin and muscle controls at the back of the thighs are considered direct control as the sciatic nerve directly controls them before branching into other nerves. 

Branches Of The Sciatic Nerve

Officially, the sciatic nerve terminates when it splits into two nerves as it passes behind the knee (popliteal fossa), giving rise to nerves for its indirect control of the lower leg. The two main splitting branches of the sciatic nerve are: 

  1.  The tibial nerve
  2.  The common fibular nerve

 As mentioned, tissues and structures controlled by the tibial and fibular nerves are indirect controls of the sciatic nerves as these two nerves, and their related branches are part of the sciatica nerve.

The tibial nerve is a branch of the sciatic nerve that forms when the sciatica nerve splits into several branches or components to supply sensory and motor functions:

  • Sensory functions (skin sensation): Supplies the skin along the posterolateral aspect of the leg (back and outer parts of the leg or calf region), bottom, and outer side (lateral) of the foot. 
  • Motor functions (controls muscle movements): controls the muscles at the back of the leg (calf region) and most of the muscles in the foot. 

The Common fibular nerve also referred to as the common peroneal nerve, is a branch of the sciatic nerve arising at the top of the popliteal fossa (back of the knee) and terminates at the foot. It provides motor and sensory innervations:

  • Motor innervations: Controls the function of the biceps femoris (a hamstring muscle), and muscles at the front and side of the leg. 
  • Sensory innervation: Innervates (supplies) the skin along the side of the leg and top of the foot. 

Holistic Treatment For Sciatica & Sciatic Nerve Pain

CSC’s NSD Therapy® offers the best sciatica treatment that fixes & repairs sciatic pain. Our award-winning team, methodologies & breakthrough spine technology can help fix, repair & heal your sciatic nerve pain without surgery or injection; contact us today!

Sciatica treatment must be holistic to recover from sciatic pain. Pain medication, injections, or general back pain therapies are not effective in providing lasting relief. Over-the-counter medicines or prescription drugs are ineffective in fixing sciatica nerve pain. As such, we encourage a natural route that offers permanent relief from sciatica and sciatic nerve pain.

Holistic non-invasive sciatica treatment that repairs the cause of your pain is superior to all other types of therapy. Our sciatica treatment success rate is higher than 97%, with a 15-year record of clinical excellence.

What Is The Best Treatment For Sciatica?

There are no shortcuts in sciatica treatment or quick fixes for sciatic nerve pain. Painkillers and meds can provide relief, but meds alone will not fix or repair the actual causes. To recover fully, you will need holistic and comprehensive therapies or treatments that focus on getting rid of your sciatic nerve symptoms.

The good news is that sciatica is recoverable and treatable without medication, injections, or surgery. The best sciatica treatment is one that fixes and repairs the cause of your sciatic pain without drugs, injection, or surgery:

  • NSD Therapy® (Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy)
  • Targeted clinical physiotherapy combined with corrective chiropractic
  • Focused stretching and strengthening exercises of the low back and lower limbs
  • Posture correction and lifestyle modification
  • Nutritional supplements that aid in the healing of muscles, ligaments, joints, spinal discs, and nerves

Get more information about holistic non-surgical treatment for sciatica by top chiropractors and physiotherapists when you contact one of our centers.

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What Is The Most Concerning Sciatica Nerve Sign & Symptom?

All symptoms associated with the sciatic nerve are serious and should not be neglected. The most concerning sign and symptom of sciatica is weakness in the leg. Leg weakness results from nerve damage and occurs with prolonged and sustained compression of spinal nerves at L4, L5, S1, or S3. The L4-L5 and L5-S1 are the two most common sites for nerve compression that cause leg weakness. Tingling, numbness, and weakness are more concerning as they indicate nerve irritation or damage. 

Sciatic nerve symptoms vary depending on cause and severity. As mentioned earlier, sciatica refers to a sensation of pain, tingling, numbness, or weakness in the back of the leg. Sciatic nerve symptoms can impact one or both legs. Tingling, numbness, and weakness are often present in patients with long-standing sciatica resulting from moderate or severe compression of the sciatic nerve compression. 

The lower back is the most common site of involvement in patients who experience sciatica or sciatica-like symptoms. In some, sciatica may present with back pain.

However, individuals with back issues may not experience a painful back in the presence of sciatic nerve symptoms such as leg pain, tingling, numbness, or weakness.

Which Is Better: Physiotherapist Or Chiropractor For Sciatica?

If you have sciatica, it is best to get combined care from a physiotherapist and chiropractor for sciatica. A physiotherapist treats sciatica patients with stretching, exercise, or therapies provided through machines. A chiropractor’s approach to sciatica will involve some or all the procedures provided by physiotherapists in addition to spinal manipulation, rehabilitation, supplements, and nutrition.

Chiropractic Specialty Center® provides holistic treatments through the combined efforts of top-rated physiotherapists and chiropractors during the same session. The chiropractic treatment you get from our chiropractor for sciatica will be personalized and customized to your condition. Customization of sciatica treatment is essential to last relief.

The most sought-after sciatica treatment at CSC is NSD Therapy®. NSD Therapy® is ac combination of targeted physiotherapy, focused rehabilitation, corrective chiropractic treatment in Kuala Lumpur, nutrition advice, and spinal decompression therapy. Call us today and start your recovery without going through spine surgery.

How Is Sciatica Treated?

How Is Sciatica Treated?
Sciatica treatment can be invasive or non-invasive. Invasive sciatica treatment includes steroid injections or spine surgery. Non-invasive treatment for sciatic nerve symptoms includes:

  • Chiropractic
  • Physiotherapy
  • Chiropractic combined with physiotherapy
  • Exercise and stretching
  • Acupuncture & cupping
  • Massage
  • Pain medication
  • Vitamins such as Neurobion or Mecobalamin also called Methylcobalamin

A published report in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics reviewed the effectiveness of treatment given by a chiropractor for sciatica and back pain to physiotherapy and acupuncture. The authors reported that the chiropractor’s sciatica and back pain treatment was more effective than physiotherapy and acupuncture combined.

Corticosteroid Injections & Spine Surgery For sciatic Nerve Symptoms

Corticosteroid injections can reduce inflammation and decrease pain but also damage the joints, muscles, ligaments, and bones. A recent study published in the Journal of Radiology reports warns of severe and harmful consequences of steroid injections. Therefore, you should avoid corticosteroid injections into muscles or the spine.
Spine surgery for sciatic nerve pain patients involves cutting the spinal discs or shaving off some of the bones around the spine. The most common surgical interventions for sciatica-like symptoms include:

Renowned medical centers and educational institutions, including the Harvard medical school, MayoClinic, and the Cleveland clinic, encourage patients to complete a holistic or comprehensive non-invasive therapy or treatment course before considering spine surgery.

What Supplements Are Good For Sciatica & Sciatic Nerve?

Sciatica or sciatic nerve symptoms result when the sciatic nerve is irritated or damaged. Therefore, patients experiencing sciatic nerve symptoms will find benefits and take vitamins and supplements to help reduce sciatica symptoms. Moreover, vitamins and supplements can help prevent and repair damage to nerves.

The most beneficial supplement for sciatic nerve patients are:

  1. Neurobion
  2. Mecobalamin also called Methylcobalamin

You will need to be assessed by your doctor to determine which of the two vitamins mentioned above is best for you. Neurobion and Mecobalamin (Methylcobalamin) are specific supplements for nerve regeneration and growth. In addition to Neurobion and Mecobalamin, some may also get added benefits from one or more of the following vitamins and supplements:

  • Magnesium
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin B6
  • Zinc
  • Selenium
  • Fish oil (Omega-3 fatty acids)
  • Turmeric or curcumin supplements
  • Ginger supplements

Please make sure to consult your medical doctor before taking any supplements, as some may be contraindicated for your specific condition and overall health.

What Is The Difference Between Neurobion And Mecobalamin Also Called Methylcobalamin?

Vitamin B deficiency is linked to increased sciatic nerve symptoms. Similarly, patients with adequate levels of B vitamins have milder forms of sciatica-like pain syndromes. Therefore, supplementing your diet with vitamin B or eating foods rich in vitamin B may help your recovery.

Methylcobalamin and Neurobion are “B” vitamins. The difference is that the Neurobion mixture will have more than one form of the B vitamins while the Methylcobalamin only has the B-12. Methylcobalamin is the activated form of B12, which helps protect and maintain the nerve covering known as the myelin sheath. If you take Methylcobalamin tablets or shots (injections), you will need to be watchful for side effects which we have listed below:

  • Headaches
  • Allergic reactions include itching & rashes
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea
  • Shortness of breath, dizziness and fainting are familiar with the injectable forms of Methylcobalamin.

Neurobion is a branded mixture of the following three different types of vitamin B:

  • Vitamin B1: May improve the metabolic process.
  • B6: Can help reduce nerve pain and swelling
  • B12: Assists in the formation of blood cells and prevents degeneration of nerves and nervous systems

Side effects of neurobion are similar to Methylcobalamin. You should stop taking these supplements if you experience any side effects and seek medical attention right away.

Where Can You Get The Best Sciatica Treatment In Malaysia?

Chiropractic Specialty Center® (CSC) offers Malaysia’s most holistic sciatica treatment option. Our methods have helped thousands recover without surgery or injections.

What makes us better is our understanding of the sciatic nerve and the causes of sciatica. Moreover, our breakthrough technology and integrative methods of holistic chiropractic combined with physiotherapy ensure a lasting relief from sciatica and sciatic nerve. 

CSC’s clinical physiotherapists and chiropractors have been treating sciatica patients in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for 15-years. Our Director, Dr. Yama, has over 25-years of experience. In short, we have significant advantages when it comes to sciatica treatment, and they include

  • Our expertise
  • Experience
  • Integrative methods (combined care from physiotherapists and chiropractors for sciatica)
  • Breakthrough technology

If you have sciatica, back pain slipped disc, or nerve pain, we offer the best conservative sciatica treatment options for you.

Our spine and joint clinical teams are the non-surgical experts you need for nerve pain. Best of all, the care you get from us is holistic and non-invasive. In other words, you will not need surgery, injections, or harmful medication to deal with the pain.

CSC’s Approach To Sciatic Nerve Pain

Our approach to nerve pain and sciatica is comprehensive and holistic. We treat the actual cause of pain. Treating the exact cause starts with an accurate diagnosis of your condition. Our clinical spine and joint team are the experts you need for a precise diagnosis. Sciatica is a condition that often presents with other health issues. Common co-condition of sciatica is disc degeneration, slipped discs, bone spurs, muscle tightness, ligamentous instabilities, and stenosis. Also, patients will have either hip or knee involvement.

To recover fully, you will need to address all the visible and hidden causes of your sciatica nerve pain

Sciatica treatment at CSC is through advanced integrative methods of chiropractic and physiotherapy that are customized. The care you get may include some of the following procedures from our physiotherapists and chiropractors for sciatica:

  1. Treatment from CSC chiropractor for sciatica
  2. Exercises and manual soft tissue mobilizations by a physiotherapist
  3. Spinal decompression therapy By the RxDecom® or DTS
  4. High-Intensity Laser Therapy (HILT)
  5. Cryo-Thermal therapy by QMD machine
  6. Shockwave therapy
  7. Flexion/distraction therapy or COX therapy
  8. Myofascial and trigger point therapy with stretching of Hamstrings and glute muscles
  9. Rehabilitative exercises on the Spinercise® machine
  10. Electrotherapy or EMS
  11. Ultrasound therapy
  12. Home exercises

Best of all, the care you get is enhanced with breakthrough spine-specific technology. To conclude, visit a Chiropractic Specialty Center® today to start a customized sciatica treatment plan by our spine and joint experts.

Restoring Proper Function To The Sciatic Nerve Is The Primary Focus Of Our Sciatica Treatment

Nerves control every aspect of our existence. Healthy nerves perform their functions without fail. Our mobility is because of our nerve’s ability to send orders provided by our brain to muscles. Additionally, our nerves direct the flow of nutrients to muscles and ligaments. On the other hand, damaged nerves will have difficulty transmitting information or directing nutrients (blood flow) to muscles. And as such, muscles lose strength and function. Hence, the need for urgent care.

Sciatic nerve pain is not a common disorder. It is dangerous enough to be the leading cause of paralysis for those under 60. Sciatica can happen at any age. We have had patients as young as 15 years old. Of course, urgent care is critical for younger patients. So, the earlier you get started with our sciatica treatment, the better the results. Don’t delay; consult our expert today!

Is Sciatica Treatment The Same For All?

Sciatica treatment varies from person to person. The sciatica treatment you get from us is diagnosis-specific. In other words, it fixes the actual cause of your sciatica nerve pain!

Sciatica results in back pain or pain in the buttocks or legs, but this term fails to identify the actual cause of pain. A diagnostic name must address and identify the exact cause of a health condition. Irritation of the sciatic nerve happens when the sciatic nerve is compressed, rubbed, and pinched by nearby tissues or structures. Some will have many causes for given sciatic nerve pain or symptoms. In other words, they can have a slipped disc and a bone spur pinch and irritate the nerve.

Many health conditions cause sciatica. To summarize, there can be many causes that result in the irritation of the sciatic nerve. Thus, the term is descriptive of symptoms, therefore not fitting as a diagnostic term. The need for an accurate diagnosis is critical to recovery because your diagnosis is the basis on which we custom-built your sciatica treatment plan.

Final Thoughts On Sciatica As A Diagnostic Term

Sciatica is like a fever. Fever, by itself, is not enough of a diagnosis. Fever can be due to a life-threatening condition or the flu. So, it becomes necessary to identify the exact cause. You wouldn’t want to treat a Dengue fever the same way you would a flue. The same holds for sciatica. There are multiple causes of sciatica, so the sciatica treatment you get must be diagnostic specific, or you risk having the sciatic nerve pain appear and reappear time and again.

Sciatica & Slip-Disc Are Common Causes Of Pain In The Buttocks & Legs

Once the sciatic nerve is irritated, sciatica-like pain (pain and numbness in legs or buttocks) flourishes. Bulging disc, degenerated disc, herniated discs, hypertrophy of ligamentum flavum, and spinal canal stenosis are common causes of sciatic nerve irritation. Keep in mind; Sciatica is not a diagnostic term but rather a descriptive term for symptoms such as leg pain, numbness, and tingling sensations felt in the posterior aspect of the lower extremities (back of the thigh, knee, and leg).

The clinical diagnostic term for sciatic-like symptoms is radiculopathy. Slipped disc (herniated or protruding spinal discs) is the most common cause of sciatica: a serious condition that affects millions worldwide. We fix and repair the cause of sciatic nerve pain without injections or surgery! Opt for our advanced sciatica treatment.

Can Sciatica Be Healed?

Sciatica is due to nerve damage that causes pain. The critical thing to understand Is that nerve pain is a symptom rather than a medical diagnosis or medical disorder in and of itself. To heal sciatica, one must repair nerve irritation. The most common causes of sciatica nerve irritation are:

  • Slip-Disc
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Hypertrophy of Ligamentum Flavum
  • Facet Hypertrophy
  • Spondylosis
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Piriformis Syndrome

Sciatica in itself is a condition where something has compressed the sciatic nerve. Sciatic nerve problems occur when the spinal nerves are compressed at points before they combine to form the sciatic nerve or after the sciatic nerve forms in the pelvis region. Inaccurate diagnosis of the exact causative factor is the leading reason why so many patients keep having similar symptoms that reoccur now and again. For sciatica treatment to have a lasting impact, the actual cause of sciatica needs treatments. 

normal, degenerate & fragmented disc Sciatic Nerve Pain & Symptoms

The sciatic nerve symptoms (Sciatica) can be severe and debilitating for some. It may be mild or infrequent: irritating but potentially getting worse. Sciatica can occur at any age, but it is most often seen in people between 30 to 50 years old, often due to excessive wear and tear on the vertebral discs and joints.

Sciatic leg pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness are dangerous symptoms often caused by rapidly progressive conditions. Neglect can lead to adverse conditions such as loss of bowel and bolder, impotence, and even paralysis. It may impact your ability to sit, walk, or even stand as it worsens. Sciatica is a treatable condition. Sciatica treatment varies from center to center.

Some treat sciatica through injections, medication, or even spine surgery, while others may choose a more natural and less invasive path, such as conservative treatments provided by chiropractic or physiotherapy. Spine surgery is not as effective as many believe it to be for sciatica. Most spine surgery patients continue to suffer from sciatica-like pain well after surgery. Call our center today for the best conservative sciatica treatment in Malaysia.

Medication & Nerve Pain

Today, many are running to their pharmacist to obtain medications for sciatic pain. While medicines and painkillers for sciatic nerve pain may provide relief for milder forms of sciatica, it does little to correct the actual cause at the roots. Hence, the pain returns time and again! Our advanced methods of corrective chiropractic combined with clinical physiotherapy offer curative sciatica treatment that lasts! Best of all, you heal without medications, injections, or surgery. Our sciatica treatment programs are natural, and there are no side effects. Trust our skills, knowledge, and 13-years of clinical excellence. We have the highest success rate in the non-surgical treatment of spine disorders. Our success rate is above 97%.

Our achievements result from our combined chiropractic and physiotherapy methods, which we further enrich through advanced spine technology.

NSD Therapy® Is The Best Treatment For Pain in Buttocks & Legs (Nerve Pain)

At Chiropractic Specialty Center®, you will find the best and most experienced therapists backed by a team of clinical research-based chiropractors ready to diagnose and treat even the most severe sciatica symptoms and pain.

Chiropractic Specialty Center® is the only center in Malaysia that offers NSD Therapy® for those that suffer from sciatica, slipped disc, or back pain. NSD Therapy® is a non-operative, non-invasive spine treatment method rendered by the skilled clinical teams of chiropractors and physiotherapists utilizing advanced technology that others may not have.

Our Spine & Joint Teams Are The Experts You Need To Resolve Nerve Pain In The Legs Or Buttocks Without Injections Or Surgery!

Chiropractic Specialty Centers® has a team of clinical experts from two great professions at your disposal. Our collaborating chiropractors and physiotherapists have decades of experience treating the spine, joint, and sports injuries. We treat sciatica and sciatic nerve pain sufferers every minute. This means that our team is excellent and not just good on paper, but good in real life. We have proven systems and technology that others do not have. At our centers, sciatica is the most common complaint. Sciatica is often a symptom of another condition. The most common causes of sciatica-like symptoms are said to be:

Our technology, expertise, and clinical experiences enable our abilities to provide you with the best sciatica treatment in Malaysia. 

Contact us today for holistic non-surgical sciatica treatment in Malaysia that fixes and repairs the actual cause of sciatic nerve issues. CSC’s sciatica treatment for sciatic nerve pain gives you the lasting relief you need for an active life; call us now.

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