Sciatica
The best advice for your patients’ back and leg agony
Sciatica is defined as well-localized leg pain that corresponds to a dermatomal distribution of the sciatic nerve L4-S3 . It is a unilateral, sharp, shooting pain, radiating down the posterior lateral aspect of the leg to the foot or ankle. It s often associated with paresthesia in the same distribution ...

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