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Understanding Sciatica Workshop

Are you struggling with sciatica or curious to learn more about it? Physioflexx is excited to invite you to our “Understanding Sciatica” workshop, hosted by our knowledgeable physiotherapist, Ryan. 

📅 Date: Saturday, August 17th
🕙 Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
📍 Location: Physioflexx Prestwick Clinic 

Why Attend?
In the wake of COVID-19, getting timely GP appointments has become a challenge. Often, patients are prescribed painkillers and referred to physio, which can take weeks. Many individuals end up with a sciatica diagnosis through self-assessment or casual advice, without a proper understanding of the condition. Our workshop aims to clarify misconceptions and provide valuable insights into the true nature of sciatica and similar conditions.
What You Will Learn-
Basics of Sciatica: Understand what sciatica truly is.
Symptom Recognition: Learn what true sciatica symptoms look like, why they occur, and their structural implications.
Differentiation: Identify conditions that mimic sciatica and how they differ from a recovery standpoint.
Treatment Options: Explore various treatments available for sciatica, including physiotherapy and alternative methods.
Effective Exercises: Discover exercises that can help manage and improve your symptoms, and aim to prevent reoccurrence.

Who Should Attend?
*Anyone who currently has or has had sciatica
*Those who have been diagnosed with sciatica
*Individuals who suspect they might have sciatica

Take Control of Your Health!
Don’t miss this opportunity to empower yourself with knowledge and take control of your health. Whether you want to manage current symptoms or prevent future issues, this workshop is for you!
Reserve Your Spot Today!
 
To secure your spot at this informational workshop, call us on 01560 483200 or book online- www.physioflexxayrshire.co.uk/bookonline

Click "Book Now" and select: Prestwick Clinic, "Group Sessions", "Workshops", and "Understanding Sciatica" to enter your details.
We look forward to seeing you there!