A condition characterized by pain, numbness or weakness in the lower extremities, sciatica is often caused by a misaligned lower spine or a slipped disc. However, any degeneration as a result of long-term stress can lead to sciatica as well. If you suspect that you may be suffering from sciatica, don't wait until the pain becomes unbearable. Delaying treatment can cause long-term damage to your sciatic nerve, so if you're experiencing discomforting, it's time to make an appointment with Full Motion Chiropractic in Serving Belmont, CA.
At Full Motion Chiropractic, we perform chiropractic treatments for sciatica that are designed to produce noticeable results. When you come to us, we'll perform a thorough exam and take a detailed medical history to determine the cause of your condition. Then, we'll design a personalized treatment regimen tailored to your unique chiropractic needs.
At Full Motion Chiropractic, our goal is to set you on the path to pain relief and recovery. So if you're experiencing pain from sciatica, don't delay: Call us today to schedule your consultation.
Dr. Harry Wong is the clinical director of Full Motion Chiropractic and brings with him over 30 years experience in the field of chiropractic and alternative medicine.
He has been director of chiropractic and medical centers in the bay area. He is a Diplomat with the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
Dr. Wong has authored several publications for his field including "Spinal Motion Analysis on X-ray," and "Instrument Adjusting Technique." He is also the host of two television shows; "Life Matters with Dr. Wong," and "Better Health Through Chiropractic." Dr. Wong is also one of the nation’s top experts on detoxification. Dr. Wong has extensive post graduate studies in nutrition, radiology, neurology, sports injuries, biophysics, whiplash and work injuries. He is also one of the few certified in the use of Diagnostic Ultrasound to diagnose complicated and difficult back and neck cases. Having been on over 500 radio shows, Dr. Wong continues to educate patients on health.