Lawrenceville NJ Sciatica Relief Alternative Non Surgical Treatments Launched

The leading pain management center in Lawrenceville, New Jersey has launched non-surgical treatments for all sufferers of sciatica. Acupuncture and lysis of epidural adhesions are now available.

Lawrence Township, United States - July 11, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Performance Spine & Sports Medicine, LLC, in Lawrenceville, New Jersey has launched non-surgical orthopedic treatment for sciatica sufferers. This premier health care institute now provides a team-oriented approach to relieve the pain caused by sciatica.

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The launch of sciatica treatments by this orthopedic center was developed by the team at Performance Spine & Sports Medicine using modalities outside the box of traditional medicine. The results have been stunning during the trial period and now the institute has officially begun sciatica treatments for anyone suffering from this painful condition.

Sciatica is characterized as irritation or inflammation of the sciatic nerve, a nerve that starts in the lower spine and travels into the leg and foot. Not all leg pain is sciatica, but sciatica almost always involves leg pain.

Anyone suffering from back pain is welcome to come to Performance Spine & Sports Medicine for expert, quality sciatica treatment, and care. Often, patients come from other medical practices looking for a solution.

One of the most successful sciatica treatments being used at Performance Spine & Sports Medicine is an innovative treatment for sciatica called “lysis of epidural adhesions”. Indications include failed back surgery syndrome, sciatica, low back pain, pinched nerves, and herniated discs.

Another effective treatment they use for sciatica is acupuncture. Recent medical studies have shown that patients suffering from sciatica are getting tremendous relief using this ancient Asian health practice. The acupuncturists at the institute use the Integrative Neuromuscular Acupoint System (INMAS). This combination of modern Chinese acupuncture theory with a Western medical approach to treat back and leg pain without drugs or surgery has proved highly effective in sciatica cases.

Performance Pain Institute offers fully comprehensive medical care with advanced regenerative medical treatments and integrated rehabilitation care. The sciatica department is staffed by a team of top-flight physicians, physical therapists, chiropractors, and acupuncturists.

The team at Lawrenceville can be trusted to find the solutions for pain management for anyone suffering from sciatica nerve pain. They are dedicated to finding non-surgical solutions to sciatica. Relief for this condition is now available for anyone suffering from this ailment.

A satisfied sciatica patient recently shared, “The entire staff at Performance Spine and Sports Medicine are very professional and the care that they provide is first-rate I had suffered from Sciatica for years and been to several other facilities. After visiting Performance several times the pain in my back and leg is gone. Hallelujah!”

The launch of sciatica treatment by this Lawrenceville, New Jersey non-surgical orthopedic center is set to help many residents suffering from the back and leg pain associated with this condition.

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Contact Info:
Name: Percy Naranjo
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Organization: Performance Spine & Sports Medicine of Lawrence
Address: 4056 Quakerbridge Road, Lawrence Township, NJ 08648, United States
Phone: +1-609-588-8600

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Release ID: 88967996

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