Are You Struggling With Sciatica?  (Sponsored)

Learn about a new, free research study – single treatment, non opioid, non steroid

If you have pain that extends from your lower back to your leg, you can sciatica – a painful condition that affects millions of Americans each year. The most common cause of sciatica is a bulging disc in the lower spine, and the pain can be severe.

If you are struggling with sciatic pain, you can qualify for a new research study now available at select centers in the United States. The study is intended for an investigational treatment for the relief of sciatic pain. It is a single injection that does not contain steroids or opioids. If you qualify and choose to participate, you will receive all study-related supervision for free.

About the study

sciatica is the name for pain caused by irritation of the sciatic nerve, a long nerve that begins in the lower spine and extends across the back of each leg. The most common cause of sciatica is a herniated disc or herniated disc in the lower spine that is pressing against the sciatic nerve.

Sciatic pain varies from person to person. The location of the pain can be anywhere along the sciatic nerve – from the lower back and buttocks, to behind the thighs and into the calf. The pain can feel like a cramp or be unbearable, making it difficult to sit or stand. For others, it’s a stabbing or stabbing pain, or a “tingling” sensation.

Doctors at select centers in the United States are currently conducting a new research study for sciatica patients. The study is intended for a trial treatment aimed at providing long-term relief from sciatic pain. It is a single injection that does not contain steroids or opioids. If you have been struggling with sciatic leg pain for at least 6 weeks or have been told you have a bulging disc, this study may be for you.

Why participate

If you are struggling with sciatic pain, you can qualify for a new research study now available at select centers in the United States. The study is intended for an investigational treatment for the relief of sciatic pain. It is a single injection that does not contain steroids or opioids. When you qualify and choose to participate in the study, you will receive:

  • Reviews of your sciatica from a local specialist
  • All study-related support costs are free of charge
  • Compensation for time and travel costs for study visits

Are you eligible?

To see if you might qualify and to get in touch with your local study center to learn more, Please fill out the following questionnaire:

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