Medical Massage Therapy for Sciatica Relief

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Medical Massage Therapy for Sciatica Relief is not necessarily right for everyone.

For someone suffering from what they think is sciatica, I may suggest they see a doctor since sciatic nerve pain can occur for many reasons.

Often times it turns out not to be sciatica at all.

After a client has been cleared for massage therapy, I generally look for pelvic imbalances.

Then I assess the sacrum and gluteal muscles.

I experience sciatic nerve pain myself due to piriformis syndrome (tightness, swelling, of one of the the deep, lateral rotators in the gluteals causing the nerve impingement) and have no choice but to be proactive in my own well being.

Simply stated, I would be in trouble without self applications of the muscular energy techniques I offer at my facility.

Sciatic nerve pain is treated with Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Myoskeletal Alignment Technique, and/or Muscular Energy Techniques.

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Testimonials

Sarah C.



I consider Joe part of my 'Team' I am an athlete and have been training for my second Ironman and hopefully will earn a spot at the Kona World Championships. This is tough stuff on the body, but with proper stretching and massage therapy to keep things from tightening up, the body stays happy. The following is a note I sent to Joe following one of my visits: Pretty much sums it up. HE WORKS!  'Thought you should know. I have had the best results already from today's work. I appreciate the time you take to get the work done. You are stand-alone as a massage therapist. Bodies don't respond because the hour is over, and as an athlete that spends countless hours trying to be the best I can be, having you on my team to keep me going is much appreciated!"


-Sarah C.
2013-12-19T23:57:00+00:00
I consider Joe part of my 'Team' I am an athlete and have been training for my second Ironman and hopefully will earn a spot at the Kona World Championships. This is tough stuff on the body, but with proper stretching and massage therapy to keep things from tightening up, the body stays happy. The following is a note I sent to Joe following one of my visits: Pretty much sums it up. HE WORKS!

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Joe Danna is a member of the Associated Bodywork Massage Professionals

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(603) 233-3808 322 Amherst St. Nashua, NH 03063

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