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Sciatic Nerve: large nerve in humans & other animals; beings in lower back & runs through the buttock & down the lower limb; longest & widest single nerve in human body; supplies nearly the whole of the skin of the leg, muscles of back of thigh, and those of the leg and foot; derived from spinal nerves

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Degenerative spondylolisthesis involves the slip of a vertebra in the spine which may cause low back and leg pain. Chiropractic Associates's chiropractic Cox Technic can help.

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Low Back Pain with Sciatica - here's the TRUTH 60% back surgeries are UNnecessary - 95% of people with multiple back surgeries have not gone back to work 4 yrs later Back surgeries are so bad there is a medical term- FBSS failed back surgery syndrome -17% procedure error - 4-36% iatrogenic injury - 5-6% nosocomial infection - 2% serious drug reaction What is successful - surgeons may quote 98% for fusion surgery. Define success as pain relief and it drops to 74% - for single fusion for pain…
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Back surgery may backfire on patients in pain

Low Back Pain with Sciatica - here's the TRUTH 60% back surgeries are UNnecessary - 95% of people with multiple back surgeries have not gone back to work 4 yrs later Back surgeries are so bad there is a medical term- FBSS failed back surgery syndrome -17% procedure error - 4-36% iatrogenic injury - 5-6% nosocomial infection - 2% serious drug reaction What is successful - surgeons may quote 98% for fusion surgery. Define success as pain relief and it drops to 74% - for single fusion for pain…

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As an athlete (Yes! YOU are an athlete!) it is wise to know how your body works and what does what. And I totally get in to this stuff :)

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How Massaging These Six Powerful Spots on Your Feet Can Change Your Life

You can, in fact, perform a very simple foot massage to stimulate these spots on your feet and encourage relaxation in your body.

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Sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the longest and widest single nerve in the human body, running from the top of the leg to the back of the foot

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Inspiring Teen Continues to Pursue Her Love of Dance After Leg Amputation

15-year-old Gabi Shull had cancer. She had the opportunity to receive a revolutionary form of surgery called rotationplasty. In a Youtube video, Shull explains that after the affected knee was removed, “they took my lower leg and foot, twisted it 180 degrees backwards, and attached it to my thigh.” That's right when not in the prosthesis, her foot is actually pointing backwards. This is necessary so she can still use the nerves and muscles in her foot to point.

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