- Nerve Pain/ Radiculopathy Sciatica
Middle-aged and elderly men have a high incidence of this disease. Generally in the early onset of the disease, only occasionally found temporary pain in the lower limbs. Gradually, the pain will increase and dilate significantly, spreading from the waist to the buttocks and even the thighs. It also changes from indirect pain to persistent pain.
- Causes of nerve pain/radiculopathy sciatica:
Sciatica is mostly caused by the lesions of the local and surrounding structures of the sciatic nerve, which stimulates and damages the sciatic nerve, causing pain in the buttocks, posterior side of the thigh, posterior lateral side of the calf and lateral side of the foot.
- Mild exercise training
- Oral anti-inflammatory drugs are an analgesic agent
- Hormone therapy
- PowerCure Physical Therapy Laser Treatment
Patients with sciatica are treated with PowerCure physical therapy, which regulates autonomic nerve function, effectively alleviates or eliminates muscle spasms around the sciatic nerve, improves blood circulation, and eliminates inflammatory edema and congestion
- What is PowerCure? What problems can it help to solve?
PowerCure perfectly combines 4pcs medical 808nm and 12pcs household 650nm laser diodes, works deep inside the cell to relieves pain, reduces inflammation, accelerates tissue repair and cell growth, improves blood vessel activity, and reduces fibrous tissue formation.
The device is treated along the sciatic nerve collaterals.
Each of the lumbosacral parts to the buttock wrinkle, the posterior femoral side, and the posterior calf side were irradiated for 6-8 minutes.
We suggest twice a day and about 30 minutes each time. 5 days is one treatment session and 2 days interval between 2 sessions. It is recommended to use 2 treatment sessions.
The therapy effect varies from person to person. Please insist on using it continuously when you want it to have a significant therapeutic effect on pain relief.
- Specific site treatment instructions:
The following sites were treated for 6-8 min each, 2-4 times per day. Position sensitive points or pains below the waist and hip of the area and treat the outer side of the calf.
- gluteal fold
- back of the thigh
- outer calf