St. Augustine Spine Center

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Dr.Erin Bailey Dr.Tyler Albrecht

What if You Could Relieve Sciatica Pain without Drugs, Shots or Surgery?

Non-Invasive, Non-Surgical, Drug Free Approach to Treating Sciatic Nerve Pain.

What is Sciatica? What Causes Sciatica? Animation Explains

Sciatic Nerve


Sciatica pain is caused when the sciatic nerve is irritated, pinched or compressed in the lower back. The most common cause is a herniated or bulging disc that applies pressure to the nerve root.

The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in the body. It is located on each side of your body. The sciatic nerve runs through the hips, buttocks and down a leg, ending just below the knee.

What Does Sciatica Pain Feel Like?

Sciatica pain varies widely from person to person. Some people describe the pain as a severe sharp or shooting “electric like” pain. While others describe it as a constant dull burning pain.

The pain may come and go and although the cause of the pain originates in the low back the pain is felt primarily in one leg or the other.

Sciatic pain is a common problem. About 40% of people in the U.S. experience sciatica sometime during their life.

Sciatica Pain Relief Without Risky Side Effects

When you are in pain getting the right treatment is what is most important. At the St. Augustine Spine Center  we specialize in designing a treatment program that focuses on your specific sciatic nerve condition. We offer various therapies specifically designed to relieve your sciatica pain non-invasively without the need for surgery or powerful addictive narcotics.

We will treat your sciatica utilizing the latest technology and treatment protocols that may include non-surgical spinal decompression, core strengthening, cold-laser therapy, and several other effective pain relieving therapies.

Our goal is to treat the source of your sciatic pain so you can once again experience pain free, restful nights of sleep, and live a full and active lifestyle.

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St. Augustine Spine Center Patient

A few months ago I began experiencing severe back and sciatic nerve pain. I tried many different treatments and all were unsuccessful. I thought I was at a dead end, but then I heard about the St. Augustine Spine Center. Although I was skeptical at first, I decided to give it a try. To my surprise, the spinal decompression and therapy sessions began working… quickly. Thanks to Dr. Albrecht and Dr. Bailey, my treatment has been successful.

- John A. –St. Augustine, FL

St. Augustine Spine Center Patient

I had back pain for 12 years. It progressively worsened and I was advised that spinal fusion was the only solution. Not being too keen to have surgery, I decided to go to the St. Augustine Spine Center. I was surprised to find a dramatic reduction in pain. The therapy was very gentle and never uncomfortable. I heartily recommend that anyone with neck or back pain go to see Drs. Tyler Albrecht and Erin Bailey.

- Pat J. -St. Augustine, FL

Treatable Conditions that May Lead to Sciatic Nerve Pain

Herniated Disc

Herniated Disc

Pressure from vertebrae can cause the gel-like center of a disc to bulge or herniate through a weakness in its outer wall. When a herniated disc occurs to a vertebrae in the lower back, it can press on the sciatic nerve.

Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative disc disease is the natural wear down of the discs between vertebrae of the spine. The wearing down of the discs lowers their height causing the nerve passageways to become smaller. This can cause pressure on the sciatic nerve.

Spinal Stenosis

Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is the abnormal narrowing of the spinal canal. This narrowing reduces the available space for the spinal cord and nerves. Spinal stenosis can pinch the sciatic nerve as it leaves the spine.

The Risks of Opioids |  Sciatic Nerve Pain Relief

The American College of Physicians strongly advises against the use of opioids to relieve back pain.