Sciatic Pain

Sciatic Pain: the term sciatica describes the symptoms of leg pain and possibly tingling, numbness or weakness that travels from the low back through the buttock and down the large sciatic nerve in the back of the leg.

For acute sciatica pain, heat and/or ice packs are most readily available and can help alleviate the leg pain, especially in the initial phase. Usually ice or heat is applied for approximately 20 minutes, and repeated every two hours. Most people use ice first, but some people find more relief with heat. The two may be alternated to help with sciatica pain relief. For deep, penetrating moist heat, the Thermophore ClassicAutomatic Moist heat pack will drive the heat to the problem area. While the Ice it Cold Therapy provides relief for joints, muscle groups and sciatica issues
Battle Creek Ice It! Reusable Cold Pack - B Pack Double (Model 523-B)
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Battle Creek Ice It! Reusable Cold Pack - B Pack Double (Model 523-B)

Battle Creek Equipment

$ 20.99 $ 22.99

Features Stays flexible when fully frozen, to mold around the painful area Quickly reaches freezing temperature Maintains low-temperature longer for optimum therapeutic benefit Non-toxic fill enclosed in latex-free vinyl Durable enough to be used several times a day Ergonomic designs...

Ice It!® MaxCOMFORT™ System (Model 550) Size: Extra Large
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Ice It!® MaxCOMFORT™ System (Model 550) Size: Extra Large

Battle Creek Equipment

$ 40.99 $ 49.99

Extra-Large Ice It ColdCOMFORT therapy system includes three 6" x 9" cold packs, 9" x 20" fabric cover divided in three sections to hold each cold pack securely, and a wide, fully removable elastic strap with Hook & Loop fasteners...

Thermophore Classic Plus  Moist Heat Pack (Model 255) X Large (14 x 27)
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Thermophore Classic Plus Moist Heat Pack (Model 255) X Large (14 x 27)

Battle Creek Equipment

$ 76.99 $ 79.99

Features Model 255 - Extra Large Size - 14" x 27" Classic Easy-Comfort™ Switch that needs to be held down in order to keep the pad on. Electric Heating Pad - Cord Length: 10 feet. Produces intense moist heat without adding water. But...