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Beaverton leg pain

In many cases, people who suffer from leg pain are actually experiencing the symptoms of a condition known as sciatica, which occurs when the sciatic nerves become compressed, inflamed or irritated. This condition can cause pain that radiates all the way from the thigh through the toes. It may also cause numbness and weakness.

If you are suffering from leg pain in Beaverton, let WellCore Health and Chiropractic of Hillsboro help.

Sciatica and Leg Pain

While leg pain may occur as the result of injuries or damage to the joints, muscles, tendons, etc., general leg pain is most often a sign of sciatica. If your leg pain is caused by sciatica, you may experience a shooting pain that begins in your lower back and extends through your high and thigh, down your leg and into your foot and toes. You may also experience numbness or dull aching sensation.

The sciatic nerve is the longest group of nerves in your body, and irritation can occur anywhere along its length. In many cases, it starts in the lower back as the result of a misaligned lumbar vertebra that is compressing the nerve. A herniated disc may also cause sciatica and leg pain.

Beaverton Leg Pain Treatment

At WellCore Health and Chiropractic of Hillsboro, we can help you get to the bottom of what’s causing your Beaverton leg pain once and for all. Once we know for sure if your symptoms are being caused by sciatic or another condition, we can put together a comprehensive treatment plan to address your specific situation. In addition to chiropractic adjustments, we offer a full range of complementary therapies to provide the relief our patients desperately need.

We are experienced in safe, non-invasive, all-natural treatment, and we’d be more than happy to help you get back to living your life free from leg pain. To learn more, please contact us today by calling 503-648-6997.

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At WellCore Health and Chiropractic, our goal is to not only ease pain but to help our patients achieve greater overall wellness.