Osteopathy for Managing Sciatic Pain Effectively


Do you live with sciatic pain?

We Focus on Addressing the Root Cause of Your Pain for Lasting Relief

Treatment for Sciatic Pain

Sciatic pain, commonly described as pain in the low back area, glute or back of the leg, extending down to the feet and toes, is often caused by the compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve. Symptoms may be felt at any point along the nerve path. Irritation may be caused by tight muscles or disc disturbances at the nerve route in the lumbar spine.

Osteopathy for Sciatic Pain Management

Osteopathy treatments can help alleviate symptoms of sciatic pain and discomfort, including:

  • Moderate to severe pain in the lower back, buttock, leg, feet and/or toes
  • Tingling sensations (odd prickling sensations)
  • Burning sensations (pins and needles)
  • Pain that worsens with movement
  • Muscular weakness
  • Loss of movement 
  • Numbness 

Experience Relief Caused by Sciatic Pain

Osteopathy for Sciatic Pain Relief

Osteopathy is a Safe and Effective Form of Treatment for All Types of Pain

Can Osteopathy Help With Sciatic Pain?

Our skilled osteopaths use manual techniques to address musculoskeletal imbalances, improve spinal mobility, and relieve pressure on the sciatic nerve, promoting pain relief and enhanced overall well-being.

Gracela's treatment has made me feel remarkably better and she has given me the tools to ensure I'm well and strong going forward.
Grey Lynn, Auckland, New Zealand

Your Osteopathy Appointment

Treatment for sciatica begins with a thorough case history and assessment of your lifestyle and specific symptoms to determine the underlying cause of your pain. Your Osteopath Practitioner will conduct specific tests and discuss your treatment options.

Your Personalized Treatment Plan

After a complete assessment, your practitioner will provide you with an individualized treatment program, which may include a combination of manual therapies, lifestyle recommendations, and patient education. Your plan may also include stretches and exercises you can perform from the comfort of your own home, so you can remain proactive during your recovery. In some cases, a referral to a specialist may be required.

Your First Treatment

During your first appointment, your practitioner will aim to provide gentle manual treatment to help alleviate your symptoms of pain and discomfort.

Osteopathy for Pain Relief
Due to an acute shoulder injury I had to seek an Osteopath. I was recommended Gracela by a friend. After 4 sessions with her I was able to use my shoulder again. The examination, manipulation, and exercises were fantastic. So, if you find yourself like I was, then I can highly recommend Gracela, as my friend did for me.
Grey Lynn, Auckland, New Zealand