Sciatica Pain? Self Acupressure for Fast Pain Relief

Do you have a sharp pain running down the back of your leg? It could be sciatica.

One common misconception about sciatica is that it’s a physical condition. In fact, sciatica is simply a term describing that pain which can run all the way down the back of your leg to your toes.

But there’s actually four primary conditions which cause that pain. We’ve put together a free advisory report that’s been read by over half a million sciatica sufferers already to help you understand what causes sciatic pain… and what you can do to stop the pain for good.

You’ll find a direct link to that free report below.

In the meanwhile, if you’re experiencing urgent sciatica pain right now, we’ve created a new video just for you. In it, Dr. Mark Wiley and Steve Hefferon demonstrate how to use simple self acupressure techniques to quickly alleviate your sciatic pain.

No, it won’t cure your sciatica, because to do that you have to tackle the underlying cause. But it will help you relieve the pain. So watch the video first, then be sure to read the free report below after you try the acupressure techniques you’ll see in the video.


Read Our Free Sciatica Advisory:


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  1. Admin
    Posted July 8, 2011 at 6:42 am | Permalink

    Hi Debbie,

    Please check the settings on your PC as the video is within the article here.

    Thank you

  2. Nadja Felton
    Posted February 26, 2014 at 1:33 pm | Permalink

    Oh my gosh!!! This little video rescued me from the most horrible sciatica pain that lasted over a week, didn’t respond to cortisone, painkillers, or chiropractic adjustment and was the most relentless pain I ever experienced. 90 seconds of massaging those three pressure points instantly stopped the cramping, took away 80% of the pain, and made me a functioning person again. Thank you for posting this online!

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