sciatica

[ UK /sa‍ɪˈætɪkɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. neuralgia along the sciatic nerve
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How To Use sciatica In A Sentence

  • Prior to initiating any flexibility program, especially for sciatica or low back pain, disc involvement should be ruled out.
  • The commonest cause of true sciatica is prolapse of intervertebral discs.
  • Is bed rest effective in the short-term treatment of patients with back pain and sciatica?
  • Its indications include pain in the lower back and hip region, muscular atrophy, sciatica, pain, weakness and muscular atrophy of the lower extremities, and hemiplegia.
  • Back pain with sciatica is a common pain syndrome.
  • Most sciatica is due to prolapse of a lumbar intervertebral disc.
  • Among them there is never gout in the hands or feet, nor catarrh, nor sciatica, nor grievous colics, nor flatulency, nor hard breathing. The City of the Sun
  • The commonest cause of true sciatica is prolapse of intervertebral discs.
  • Two years after the injury, he was referred to a rheumatologist in case the pain was caused by sciatica.
  • The oil of St. John's Wort which is made by macerating the flowers in vegetable oil, can be externally applied to relieve sciatica and other neuralgic pains including repetitive injuries such as carpal tunnel and tennis elbow.
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