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J-CLINIC for treatment of sciatica in Bangkok

Hello, this is Sato from J-CLINIC, a physiotherapy and acupuncture clinic.

In this post, I’m going to talk about treating shoulder sciatica.

What is a sciatica?

A woman who feels pain from sciatica is holding the back of her thigh

Sciatica is a type of neuralgia, or pain along a nerve, caused by an aggravation of the sciatic nerve.

Sciatica can have many causes, including lumbar disc herniation, spinal canal stenosis, and piriformis syndrome.

The main symptoms are pain and numbness that radiate from the buttocks to the back of the thighs, knees, calves, and toes. Some people may experience leg cramps.

A patient case

Mr. S (male, 50 years old) lives in Bangkok. He frequently travels for overseas business trips. Mr. S tried to lift a heavy bag during one of these trips and experienced a strong pain that ran from his left buttock to his toes. When he came to J-CLINIC, even sitting still hurt the back of his thigh.

Businessman with a heavy suitcase


Our treatments for sciatica


Manual therapy

Our therapists massaged Mr. S’s right leg muscle, which had become stiff from the effort to shield the painful left side, and the back muscle, which had been strained from long-distance travels and desk work.

Manual therapy

Manual therapy


High-voltage electric therapy

We used our high-voltage electric therapy machine to ease the pain in Mr. S’s left buttock.

Physiotherapist treating with ultrasound machine

High-voltage electric therapy


Postoperative rehabilitation of sciatica

We showed Mr. S how to better stand and walk.
In his case, Mr. S can help prevent sciatica from recurring by being aware of his own “left-heaviness” and by getting regular physical maintenance.

If you suffer from a sciatica in Bangkok, we invite you to contact us by phone, email, or Facebook.


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    Phrom Phong: 097-257-3577
    Thonglor: 084-424-1299
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Past cases