The three main causes of Sciatic Nerve Pain are a bulging disc, DDD (Degenerative Disc Disease)/stenosis, and piriformis syndrome. It’s important to get a proper diagnosis to know where it’s coming from because the treatment can be different depending on what is causing it. Watch more about Sciatic Nerve Pain: https://youtu.be/iAYFy06z5Bs

In this video, I will talk about the different symptoms for each cause of Sciatic Nerve Pain, and show a stretch and exercise to help for each one.

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