When the inter-medium drive due to protrusion will put pressure on the nerve, a pain stretches along the leg. This condition is known as sciatica.
Sciatica refers to the pain that occurs along the ischial nerve – which extends from the lower back through the hips and buttocks, and then descends along each leg.
Any disruption of the area where the nerve passes can result in fracture.
Lumbar pain spreads along the thigh under the knee in the leaf and/or in the foot. The pain is strong, uninterrupted, in the form of roasting, with a stiff leg, which makes the movements more difficult.
Most often the pain spreads in one leg, and is stronger in the lumbar area. The pain intensifies at night, after a long standing, sitting, sneezing, coughing and tension.
Traditional treatment of sciatica is first performed with the use of appropriate drugs that will be recommended by the doctor.
But it is better not to confine itself to the use of medications, but during the treatment, it is necessary to perform certain stretching exercises for faster relief from pain.
Stand with your feet and hands leaning on the ground and stretch out your arms in front of you. Gently bend your thighs to your feet.
Place the head on the floor and push your hands forwards until they are fully stretched. Stay in this position for 30 seconds.
Lie on your back and bend your legs in your knees to the right, and put your hands near your head.
The left leg should be touched to the floor, and the right ankle above the left knee, as in the picture.
Tilt the right knee to the floor and stay in this position for 30 seconds, then change the side.
Stand on the ground on your knees and make a step forward with your right foot forward, leaning on your hands. In doing so, the right hand should be on the left side of the right foot.
Without moving your hands, make gentle movements with the hips forwards to stretch as much of the thigh as possible and stay in this position for 30 seconds. Repeat with the other leg.
Spread your legs and point your toes aside. With straight back, lower down with your legs, and your shoulders bend slightly forwards.
By exhale, walk slowly downward as you sit on a stool and stay in this position for 30 seconds.
Spread your legs and place your feet right. Slowly exhale and bend down so that the back will stay upright, and your knees gently bent.
Relax and stay in this position for 30 seconds, then slowly raise up.
Lie on the ground and bend your legs in your knees, bringing them to your chest. Grasp the outside of the feet and slowly lift your knees by spreading them to the outside.
Stay in this position for 30 seconds.