Sciatica Pain: Don’t Hurt Your Back, Book A Massage Today!

Massage for sciatica nerve pain, herniated disk symptoms & lower back pain

Sciatica pain forces the body to compensate, resulting in slow movement and a twisted posture, which can lead to a compressed spinal cord and slipped discs.

It is likely that you will also experience some tightening in the piriformis muscle (buttock pain) and other muscle groups which will tend to get soar and ache due to their being used more than usual as the body tries to reduce the pressure on the sciatic nerve.

Sciatica will most often lead to your whole body feeling out of balance and in varying degrees of pain with tingling sensation, numbness or dull ache. This is because electrical signals travels through ‘nerve pathways’ like a current from the lower back area all the way down to your toes and then back to the brain.

How can you prevent sciatica pain from happening in the future?

Repetitive stress and overuse of muscles can contribute to sciatica pain. You’re especially at risk of sciatica pain if your work mostly involves sitting at a computer and resting your weight on mainly one part of your body i.e. your posterior.

This is because nature never designed us to over use one particular area of our body.

By relying too much on one muscle in your body, certain movement can affects the way your body feels and functions adding pressure to the sciatic nerve, restricting it and cutting it off from functioning properly – much like putting a crimp in a garden hose or electrical cable. 

This is what causes shooting pains that run the length of the body and because the major nerves are pinched, the muscles that they lead to begin to spasm.

Massage in London for sciatica pain –  tried & tested treatment for pain relief

Our massage in London for sciatica pain not only provides massage to relieve sciatica pain discomfort, but we specialized massage sciatic nerve pain relief for slipped disk, piriformis syndrome, lower back pain and sports injuries too. Our trained and highly skilled massage therapist will work to meet your needs, and on your schedule – including making house calls.

Ease sciatica nerve pain with sports massage

After about half an hour of letting your massage therapist work on your stressed out lower back, you should barely feel any sciatic pain. And by the time a massage therapy is done with your low back, hamstrings, hip rotators, sacrum and legs, you should feel a lot better for it.

You should feel more relaxed and experience true relief from your sciatica nerve pain once you are treated right with a proper sports remedial massage.

The bottom line: can massage help sciatica pain?

Massaggi Massage in London for sciatic pain therapy is the key, as for getting your muscles, ligaments, and the 24 interlocking vertebrae spine flexible, feeling balanced and like new.

Our massage center has a qualified sports massage therapist dedicated to the study of how the body works, and how everything is connected.

Whether you come to one of our massage clinic in London, or request our massage services to come to your door on a house call in the London area, once you get the personalized treatment from Massaggi, your body will thank you, and you’ll want to make our services part of your routine.

From Sciatica relief, to lower back pain treatment, to just a thorough relaxation massage for body and mind, Massaggi is the leading providers of sciatica massage services in London.

Are YOU suffering from sciatica pain? You are not alone!

At Massaggi we can assess your nerve tension and formulate a massage for sciatica pain based on skilled observation and assessment. Most clients find significant decreased in their symptoms after 5 treatments. Call us today to make an appointment at one of our  massage clinic center.

Disclaimer – Massage treatment for sciatic nerve pain is used to support conventional medicine, not as a replacement.  If you have a serious health issue you should consider the use of massage as purely a complementary aid, and should always consult your own doctor or medical practitioner in the first instance.

About The Author:

Ben has been a practical pain management trainer and a celebrated massage therapist. He believes human well-being is deeply connected to the health of mind and body both, including deep tissues. He holds numerous certifications for best of breeds massage techniques helping him on a mission for healthy London and then rest of the world. He has been an active contributor in massage technique research and on Massaggi blog.


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