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Sciatica Treatment at Dr. Kyle Chiropractic Center in Santa Rosa, CA

Here at Dr. Kyle Chiropractic Center in Santa Rosa, CA, our chiropractor, Dr. Kyle Yoder, offers sciatica treatment for individuals with lower back and leg pain, and all of our treatments are completely natural. That means that our chiropractor will not advocate for the use of powerful and potentially addicting medications or surgeries that may require long recovery times.

Understanding Sciatica with our Chiropractor in Santa Rosa

Our chiropractor in Santa Rosa will take the time to diagnose the cause of your sciatica, which is actually a compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve. However, the term sciatica is more of a description of your symptoms rather than a complete diagnosis. Sciatic nerve pain can be caused by a herniated disk, spinal stenosis, which is a narrowing of the spinal canal, bone spurs or extremely tight buttock muscles. Your treatment will depend on the reason for your sciatic nerve compression or inflammation.

Finding Sciatica Relief with our Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park Chiropractor

Our Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park Chiropractor offers a variety of treatments for sciatic nerve pain, including spinal decompression, chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy and physiotherapy. These treatments can help you find sciatica relief and healing for your back injuries without surgery or potentially addicting medications.

Chiropractic Adjustments

Chiropractic adjustments help keep your vertebrae properly aligned while maximizing their ranges of motion and reducing inflammation, which may take the pressure off your sciatic nerve and reduce your lower back pain.

Spinal Decompression

Spinal decompression helps heal herniated discs, and it can help unpinch the sciatic nerve. It works by stretching certain segments of the spine, which increases the spaces between the vertebrae. Sessions typically last between 20 and 45 minutes.

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy can be used alongside chiropractic adjustments and spinal decompression to reduce muscle pain and release the tension in your soft tissues.


Physiotherapy involves performing certain exercises and stretches. In fact, there are certain exercises you can perform that will help strengthen your core and back muscles while helping to alleviate some of the pressure on your sciatic nerve.

Learn More About Personalized Sciatica Treatment Programs With Your Santa Rosa Chiropractor

Each sciatica treatment program is completely customized to the individual. It takes into consideration the injury, its severity and your personal wellness goals. As you progress through the program, your treatment plan will be adjusted as you heal in order to give you the best possible recovery.

To get a complete diagnosis for your lower back pain and a comprehensive, natural treatment program to reduce your symptoms, call us at 707-527-7100. We are currently offering free consultations for all new patients.

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  • "Well, I owe a lot to Dr. Kyle... I am pain free and did not have to risk a spinal surgery. Thank you"
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