Try This 1-Minute Stretching Routine To Reduce Sciatica And Lower Back Pain!


If you want to reduce sciatica and lower back pain, try this 1-minute stretching routine before bed.

Sciatica is leg pain caused by a pinched nerve in the lower back. The pangs begin in the nerve roots located on either side of the lower spine, however they also course through the sciatic nerve, which runs down the length of each leg from the buttock down to the foot. This pain is often worse than the lower back pain.

Brigit Ruppert, a physical therapist at the Spine Centre says that “some people liken it to the nerve pain you experience if you have a toothache —“ and that’s painful.

The most common cause of sciatica is a herniated disk – when a disk becomes torn or cracks and bulges into the spinal canal. This causes it to pinch the sciatic nerve. It can take up to 6 weeks to cure itself, but for some people, the pain can last much longer.

Other forms of treatment that help include chiropractic, acupuncture, yoga, pilates and massage.

The stretches shown in the video below illustrate a one-minute daily stretching routine that can help reduce sciatica stemming from an overly-tight piriformis muscle in your buttocks.

For more information on how to get rid of sciatica naturally without surgery, injections, or painkillers, make sure you don’t miss out on this FREE online presentation where you’ll learn a 7 step process to treat sciatica from home.

Carly Fraser has her BSc (Hons.) Degree in Neuroscience, and is the owner and founder at Live Love Fruit. She currently lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, with a determined life mission to help inspire and motivate individuals to critically think about what they put in their bodies and to find balance through nutrition and lifestyle. She has helped hundreds of thousands of individuals to re-connect with their bodies and learn self-love through proper eating habits and natural living. She loves to do yoga, dance, and immerse herself in nature.


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