Why is my sciatica not going away?

Why is my sciatica not going away?

Depending on the root cause, your sciatica may or may not go away in the short term.Sciatica usually goes away when the problem that is causing it is resolved. As sciatica is often the result of the sciatic nerve being compressed by a bulging disc, it’s essential that one understands the mechanics and keeps it … Read more

Why back pain is worse in the morning

Why back pain is worse in the morning

If you have back pain in the morning, and especially if your back pain is worse in the morning, try answering the following questions:Since when do I have back pain?Did I just wake up with back pain one morning, or was it a problem that gradually settled? Since when do I have back pain in … Read more

Chest pain, stress & anxieties

chest pain, stress & anxiety

Pain in the chest due to stress can be attributed to anxiety or anxiety since other pathologies or heart problems have been eliminated following the diagnosis made by a doctor.The pain felt is oppressive, dull, oppressive, heavy, and can cause a burning sensation under the sternum. This pain can easily be thought of like a … Read more

Redomex: antidepressant but also muscle relaxer

Redomex is part of the list of the so called off-label medications (effective drugs for diseases for which they were not originally designed).Redomex is actually an antidepressant but a neurologist may prescribe a lower dosage as a treatment complement for myofascial pain or fybromialgia.The usually prescribed dosage to use as muscle relaxer is 10 mg. … Read more

Chronic headaches: have you seen a neurologist ?

neurologic examination

A neurologist is an option for cases of chronic headaches, tension headaches or myofascial pain that one can not get rid of, or is unable to determine the cause.A neurologist is a doctor specializing in neurology and neurology is the medical discipline that studies all nervous system diseases, particularly brain disease, diseases of the spinal … Read more