If you think you have sciatica, you should visit your doctor, who will take the history of your symptoms. Based on the history they are usually able to diagnose your sciatica. They may refer you to a specialist if your symptoms persist for an extended period or there are any other complicating factors.
The treatment protocol is the same as if you had low back pain without sciatic pain symptoms. You will generally be recommended physiotherapy and over the counter pain relief. If the pain is more severe you may be prescribed analgesic pain relief medication.
The Sciatic Pain Relief Cushion is a class 1 medical device that relieves the pressure on the sciatic nerve while sitting allowing it space and time to heal.
By placing the cushion on your seat every time you sit you are able to stretch your sciatic nerve whilst reducing the increased pressure the nerve experiences during sitting. It's easy to use and safe.
The Sciatic Pain Relief Cushion has been beta-tested, and is proven in initial trials, with 93% approval in user testing.
Use the cushion as frequently as you can while sitting. Consistent use will give the best results.
The Sciatic Pain Relief Cushion is designed to be discrete so you can take it with you when you are out and about and use it without drawing attention to yourself. That said if it helps you to relax a bit more by reducing your pain who cares if people see it.
You can order it online here at our shop page. Details of pricing is provided before you commit to order.
Once you have placed your order you should receive delivery in 2 to 3 days. If it is an emergency and you want delivery quicker next day delivery is available.
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