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Sciatica Treatment through Stem Cell Therapy in Pakistan
What is Sciatica?
An accident, injury, sudden shock, or disc and joint inflammation related to age; whatsoever may be the reasons, the lower back pain is becoming inevitable with time across the globe. Sciatica is the most complicated and severe form of lower back pain because it extends along the path of the sciatic nerve. This pain radiates from your lower back through hip joints, buttocks, and finally reaches your legs. The pain often becomes unbearable hindering you from everyday life activities.
Due to several causes and risk factors but a herniated disc as a major reason, conventional treatment methods cannot effectively and properly treat sciatica pain. These treatments only provide a timely sciatic pain management solution. But, you need not worry. There is a more reliable, effective, and proper treatment for sciatica available now.
What is the proper treatment for Sciatica possible and available?
Stem Cell Therapy is the proper treatment for Sciatica and its associated pain. It is a modern regenerative medicine procedure that doesn’t involve any type of surgery or risks. It’s an entirely natural way to treat sciatica through reproducing and reinstating the damaged cells in the body. Shifa Regenerative & Rejuvenation Clinic is offering stem cell treatment for sciatica in Pakistan. This is the leading stem cell clinic in Pakistan providing regenerative treatment for sciatica and several other complicated illnesses and chronic diseases.
A complete guide on symptoms of sciatica, how sciatica occurs, what its major causes are, and how stem cell procedure can effectively treat the condition, is given below.
Symptoms of Sciatica
Some people might mistake a usual back pain with sciatica; however, that pain can also lead to developing sciatic pain or chronic sciatica. Sciatica is a condition that is indicated by a pain that begins in your lower back or lumbar spine and the pain radiates to buttocks and hip-joints impacting the legs as well. This extending or radiating pain that transfers from the lower back to the hips and legs is the major indicator or symptom of sciatica. Other symptoms include:
- Tingling Sensations
- Mild to severe or acute pain
- Burning Sensations in the back and/or sciatic nerve
- Muscle Weakness
- Difficulty in sitting, bending, twisting, and standing
- Numbness in legs
- Feeling sudden jolts and pain along the entire sciatic nerve or some part of it
- Troubles in controlling bladder or bowels
How Sciatica Occurs?
Sciatic pain or chronic sciatica mainly occurs due to pinched nerves. Sciatica is the chief after-effect or result of a herniated disc or lumbar spine disc bulge. It happens due to sudden or gradual bone spur or over-growth of the lower backbones or lower part of the vertebrates. There can be various reasons due to which the spine gets narrowed and nerves get compressed in your vertebral column. These compressed nerves or compressed discs in the vertebral joints are known as lumbar spine disc bulge or disc herniation. Narrowing of the spine or spinal stenosis happens due to countless reasons defined below. This condition can cause severe inflammation and further complications in the body reducing or hindering your day-to-day life activities completely. Usually, patients are compelled to go for timely pain management solutions or they have to go through surgical and long-term treatments for sciatica. But, stem cell therapy is now here to save sciatic patients from all types of pains and risks of surgeries and side-effects of common medications.
Major Causes of Sciatica
Radiating lower back pain or sciatic pain doesn’t occur all of a sudden. Rather, a number of reasons lead to developing sciatica. Some of these crucial and important causes of sciatica are explained below:
Osteoarthritis can possibly cause chronic sciatica by compressing the sciatic nerve or lumbar spinal nerves. It is a condition of bone spurs and bone’s jagged edges. This will create and radiate sciatic pain through the sciatic nerve from the lower back to the hips and legs.
- Disc Herniation or Slipped Disc (Lumbar Spine Disc Bulge)
Herniated Disc, Slipped Disc, or Lumbar Spine Disc Bulge is so far known as the most common cause to develop sciatica. There is a gel-like soft part within the vertebral joints of the spine called discs that function as cushioning pads to bear pressure. Extreme pressure causes these discs to herniate, bulge, or slip from the vertebral joint. A disc bulge or disc herniation happening in the lower spine can press the sciatic nerve causing sciatica.
- Spinal Stenosis
A condition where the spinal canal is narrowed down and compressed abnormally is known as spinal stenosis. This condition reduces the space for nerves in the spinal cord. Ultimately, the patient starts to develop sciatic pain.
- Degenerative Disk Disease
Degenerative disk disease is a major cause to create spinal stenosis and consequently developing sciatica. It is a condition of occurring natural wear and tear in the intervertebral discs in the spinal column. This wearing down causes the narrowing and shortening of paths of nerves in the spine and creates spinal stenosis. As a result, a patient has to suffer from sciatic pain.
It is another serious condition in the lumbar spine occurring due to abnormal slippage or herniation of discs in a different way. In this condition, the nerve’s exits in the vertebra are narrowed or compressed after a slippage or bulge of one vertebra turning it out of line or outward of the other vertebra above it. This condition can cause to pinch the sciatic nerve leading to sciatic pain.
- Spinal Tumors
If tumors develop in the lumbar spine, they will compress the sciatic nerve and cause to create pain. This pain can increase and turn into sciatica. Tumors in the lower spine aren’t common but there are chances of their occurrence due to varying medical history and health conditions.
- Sudden Shock, Injury, or Trauma causing Inflammation
If any accident happens, it leads to different traumas and injuries especially due to sudden shocks in the accident. These shocks can extremely disturb and put pressure on the sciatic nerve as well as on the lumbar discs in the vertebral column. This will not only create inflammation in the body but also causes sciatic pain that can grow with time if left unnoticed and untreated.
- Piriformis Syndrome
It is another serious cause of developing sciatica. In this condition, a small muscle lying deep inside the buttocks or buttock-joints, called Piriformis muscle, gets tightened or begins to spasm. It is a rare neuromuscular disorder that puts pressure on and disturbs the sciatic nerve leading to create sciatic pain.
- Cauda Equina Syndrome
It is also one of the most serious yet uncommon causes of sciatica. Cauda Equina syndrome is a complicated condition in which a bundle of nerves at the end of the spinal cord are disturbed or affected. As a result, the patient suffers from pain in the region and down the legs, numbness, tingling, and lost control over the bladder or bowels.
Obesity is a single most problematic health condition that causes numerous diseases and illnesses. It is also a common cause of creating lower back pain and developing sciatica by disturbing and affecting the sciatic nerves through extreme pressure on them. Also, obesity causes intervertebral disc bulge that leads to sciatic pain.
Old age is grown people are more prone to developing sciatica because bone and joint health get weakened with time when you get old. There can be certain inflammation in the body and other health conditions persisting as well due to which an old age person may not be able to bear even the slightest jolt, shock, twist, or bending that puts pressure on the sciatic nerve.
Complications and Dangers of Sciatica
Sciatica can develop various other chronic and serious conditions that will hinder a person to perform normal life activities. Some of the complications of sciatica are as follows:
- Losing control over Bladder and Bowel Functioning
- Increasing or Growing Pain
- Permanent Nerve Damage
- Weakness or Numbness in either or both legs
Limitations and/or Dangers of Conventional Treatments for Sciatica
Common treatments for sciatica include pain-relieving medications, movement, and exercises, applying heat or cold on the sore muscles, and surgeries in severe cases. Exercises, movements, and heat and cold, etc. can help a patient manage pain and situation. But the chronic pain cannot be properly treated through these methods.
On the other hand, surgical operations are conducted to repair the damaged discs. But these discs aren’t repaired naturally through surgeries. And, there are countless risk factors of surgical treatments especially in case of having other medical complications and conditions.
Besides, these treatment methods and medications can only provide timely relief from sciatic pain where you will need to carry on the medication. These treatments and surgeries eventually prove to be highly expensive.
Regenerative medicine procedure is now here to solve all of your worries associated with the treatment of sciatica. This procedure is known as Stem Cell Therapy sciatica. Here is how it works in a purely organic way for growing and replacing the damaged cells and tissues in the sciatic nerve to treat sciatica.
Stem Cell Therapy to treat Sciatica
Stem Cell Therapy is a highly advanced and technologically modern invention in the field of medicine. This regenerative medicine procedure helps to treat various chronic and dangerous diseases especially sciatica. The stem cell treatment for sciatic pain is the only natural way found in the medical history for repairing and rejuvenating the damaged cells, tissues, and nerves.
The stem cell rejuvenation procedure to treat sciatica is the only safest and entirely organic treatment available until now. The stem cells possess the qualities and potential to grow, reinstate, replace, and reproduce the damaged cells and tissues in the sciatic nerve and/or vertebral column. After the damaged or dead cells are replaced and grown, the natural restore process begins and the patient starts recovering from sciatic pain amazingly.
Is Stem Cell Procedure for Sciatica Reliable and Safe?
The stem cell regenerative medicine treatment to treat sciatica is a wholly reliable and safe procedure. It is an organic regenerative and purely non-surgical procedure that saves you from all types of side-effects or risks. The stem cells are injected into the patient’s body. The rejuvenation process to restore the damaged cells then begins in a natural way in the human body. The stem cells have the natural qualities of turning into any type of cells in the body that have been dead or damaged due to any disease like sciatica.
The stem cell therapy for sciatica is completely reliable due to being approved and regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States. Stem cells are amino-privileged so they are entirely risk-free. Also, there can be no resistance in the human body with their concentrated growth.
Where to get Stem Cell Therapy to treat Sciatica in Pakistan?
The phenomenal and astounding regenerative medicine treatment for sciatica and several other chronic diseases is now available in Pakistan. Shifa Regenerative & Rejuvenation Clinic is Pakistan’s leading and top-most stem cell rejuvenation center. A renowned physician in the field of Stem Cell Therapy, Mr. Dr. David Lawrence Greene is also providing his professional and successful services to Shifa Rejuvenation Clinic. He is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon and CEO of the R3 Stem Cell Clinics, the USA. He has made his name in stem cell rejuvenation technology after conducting over 15,000 successful Stem Cell Procedures.
The hospital is working under the approval and registration with both DRAP (Drug Regulatory Authority Pakistan) and FDA, the USA. So, you can get stem cell treatment for sciatica and other diseases without any worry or risks. For more information, consultation, and appointment, you may contact us at (051) 835-7790 or send an email at [email protected].
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