#1 quick start tip for busy adults with sciatica pain

Being an adult is hard. We have jobs, kids, responsibilities, and that does not leave much time for us to take care of ourselves. We may have only an hour a day a few times a week to focus on our health. This gets even more complicated with experiencing pain like sciatica. But there is so much information that is out there. How can we successfully manage sciatica pain in a timely manner? The most effective way is to ask for help. Even I, have to ask people to help me because I don’t have the time, nor bandwidth to try and figure out challenges on my own.

You can reach out for help in a couple different ways:

  1. Reach out to a local physical therapist or chiropractor for help. The key to your success in this route is to communicate with them your entire story of how you got hurt, the stretches/exercises/positions that make you feel better, and what makes you feel worse. They should be able to provide a plan of action for you with quick relief. You might need to see them around 2-3 times per week for a couple weeks. You should be able to experience a change in pain pretty quickly. If not, communicate that with them, so they can change their game plan for you
  2. Work directly with me. You don’t need to wait in line to get started. In fact, the great thing about meeting with someone virtually is that the schedule is quite flexible and you don’t even need to leave your home. We’ll go over your history and identify the best stretches, exercises, strategies for you. We usually start off with meeting once per week, but then as things get better, we can reduce that frequency. The power of recovery is in your hands, we work together to make sure that you feel better day in and day out. Interested? Book a call here.
  3. Start the sciatica protocol. This is a completely text based program where you will actually get a customized exercise and stretching program focused on your relief. All you need to do is take the free survey to get started, and then you’ll be asked a series of questions. The answers will help you determine which exercises are right for you. But that’s not all! You’ll also receive daily reminders to stretch and move, and the exercises will change based on how you are feeling for the day. This is the fasted way to relief because you can do it on your own time, and it only takes about 10 minutes or less per day. Sign up here.

Sometimes sciatica pain relief can feel complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. You also don’t have to do it alone, so why should you?


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