Chest stretch: stand straight with your legs shoulder width apart and your head straight ahead. Reach your hands behind your back and interlock your fingers. Pull back your shoulders and raise your clasped hands away from your back until you feel the stretch in your chest. Hold this position for 30 seconds and then return to neutral. Repeat two more times.
Sciatica is a condition that is characterized by pain in the low back or buttock region that travels down into one or both of the legs. The pain intensity and frequency can vary in patients suffering from sciatica. Pain is often described as sharp, electric shocks. Burning, numbness and tingling sensations are also often associated with sciatica.
Shoulder injuries come in a variety of forms which range from mild to very severe in nature. In order to properly diagnose a shoulder injury, a detailed history, physical examination, and possible imaging is necessary. Chiropractors can conservatively treat many shoulder injuries and prevent the necessity for more invasive treatments.