Treatment of scitaica..what would be possible exercise for the treatment of sciatica

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Before suggesting exercise for sciatica you need to know the indentation of thecal sac as sciatica is manifested radiculopathy and if decompression is needed exercises would not help For mild to moderate pain Suggest Uthan pad asan in supine as well as prone position Circling exercises of lower limbs in supine posture Paschimotan asan Pawan mukta asan Sarvang asan Ustra asan Many more can be suggested

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I agree with Dr Shivraj Agarwal. Physiotherapy can be useful but before this exact cause of sciatica must be pointed out. Needs further investigation and evaluation to conclude.

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SCIATICA 1. Ekangaveer Rasa 10 gm 2. Pravala Pisti 10 gm 3. Brihad vat Chintamani Ras 1 gm 4. Swarna Maksika Bhasm 10 gm 5. Trayodashang Guggulu 40 gm 6. Chanderprabha Vati 40 gm Mode of Administration Medicine No.1,2,3,4 - Mix all these medicines together, divide into 60 part and take each twice on empty stomach in morning & evening with honey, warm / milk. Medicine No.5,6 - 1-1 tab. from each should be taken thrice a day after breakfast, lunch & dinner with hot water / milk. Pwd Aswagandha Til tel Exercise,Bhujangasan,makarasan,,Tadasan ragularly Erandrasnadi gugle bd Parijat ptra(harbinger ..21)fresh swath+7fiber of Kasar in the morning. It is Anuput yoga respons is good . No cold drinks,curd

Sciatica is caused by irritation or compression of the sciatic nerve, present with sharp pain, numbness, and weakness along the nerve pathway in the thigh. The first line of sciatica treatment usually consists of nonsurgical methods that can be applied as needed, such as heat therapy, cold treatment, and pain medications.

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Bridging exercise postural correction and knee to chest exercise TENS IFT methylocobalmine with Gabapentin and also.intermittent traction

Inj Tramadol

Rx Gabanuron NT HS Tricobal OD Brutaflam 90 BD

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