4 Causes Of Lower Back Pain And Leg Pain

4 Causes Of Lower Back Pain And Leg Pain

In this video, I will talk about 4 causes
of lower back pain and leg pain. 1. Sciatica. Often the result of a herniated disk, sciatica
is a form of pain that radiates along the sciatic nerve. Your sciatic nerve extends from your lower
back, through your hips and butt, and down your legs. If you experience sciatica pain, it will typically
occur on one side of your body. Common symptoms associated with sciatica include. pain radiating from your lower spine down
the back of your leg. Burning sensations. muscle weakness. Numbness. Self-care, exercise, and proper posture can
usually improve sciatica symptoms. If your condition doesn’t improve, your
doctor may prescribe muscle relaxants or anti-inflammatories to reduce pain and discomfort. In some cases, your doctor may inject steroids
into the area surrounding your sciatic nerve to alleviate pain. 2. Lumbar herniated disk. A lumbar herniated disk is a ruptured disk
in your lower back. The ruptured disk puts pressure on a spinal
nerve that can cause severe pain, numbness, and sometimes weakness. Other symptoms associated with a lumbar herniated
disk include. persistent back pain worsened by standing,
coughing, or sneezing. Back spasms. Leg muscle weakness. Treatments vary depending on the severity
of the damage. 3. Piriformis syndrome. The piriformis is a flat, band-like muscle
found in your glutes near the top of your hip joint. The piriformis helps to stabilize your hip
joint, lifts and rotates your thigh away from your body. Piriformis syndrome is a neurological disorder
that occurs when your piriformis muscle compresses your sciatic nerve. Common symptoms associated with piriformis
syndrome include. pain extending to your lower leg. Tingling. Treatment involves pain relief and avoiding
pain triggers such as certain sitting positions and strenuous physical activities. Your doctor may recommend rest, hot and cold
treatments, and physical therapy to increase your mobility. 4. Arachnoiditis. The arachnoid is a membrane that protects
spinal cord nerves. Inflammation or irritation of the arachnoid
can cause the pain disorder arachnoiditis. In many cases, people who have arachnoiditis
experience pain in the lower back and legs, as it affects the nerves in those areas. The more common symptom of this condition
is a stinging, burning pain. Other symptoms associated with arachnoiditis
include. Tingling or numbness, specifically in the
legs. Muscle cramps. So just to recap, the 4 causes of lower back
pain and leg pain are. 1. Sciatica. 2. Lumbar herniated disk. 3. Piriformis syndrome. 4. Arachnoiditis. If you enjoyed this video, then you may Like
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2 comments on “4 Causes Of Lower Back Pain And Leg Pain

  1. Trap Town xyz Post author

    Keep it up! Looking forward for more videos from you, don't stop! Would you like to be YouTube friends? :]


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