Relieve Sciatic Nerve Pain Without Leaving Home
No Expensive X-Ray or MRI Required
Treat Your Sciatica With Live Video Coaching
How Can SciatiCoach Treat my Sciatic Nerve Pain?
SciatiCoach was created for people with a specific kind of sciatica pain that can be treated by live video coaching and guided self-treatment at home. Not all kinds of sciatic nerve pain will respond to self-treatment, but the most common often will. Some types of sciatica need to be treated in person with the physical help of a healthcare provider.
The SciatiCoach Screening Questionnaire can predict if your sciatica is likely to respond to video coaching and guided self-treatment, using answers to specific questions about your sciatic pain. There are no expensive x-rays or MRI’s needed, and there is no required maintenance or long-term commitment.
You may be able to treat your sciatica pain at home and finally get the relief you need!
What is Sciatica and How is it Treated?
Sciatica is low back pain that radiates down the back of one or both legs. One of the most common causes of sciatic nerve pain is a herniated disc which puts pressure on the sciatic nerve. Many sciatica cases can be relieved with medically guided self-treatment at home, which can be provided using video coaching by a qualified health care professional.
If your SciatiCoach Screening Questionnaire indicates that you are a good candidate for sciatica video coaching, you will be given the opportunity to make a video chat appointment with a trained SciatiCoach. During your coaching session your SciatiCoach will guide you through movements and exercises designed specifically to relieve your unique lower back and leg pain.
If you are not a good candidate for video coaching by a SciatiCoach, we will be happy to refer you to a qualified healthcare professional in your area for in person sciatica treatment.
What is the McKenzie Method?
The McKenzie Method is an internationally recognized system for assessing, treating, and ultimately preventing spinal back pain, and the radiating extremity pain common with sciatica.
This method is a partnership between you and your health provider, working closely together to identify the specific movements and postures that will be effective for you. The goal is to cause the pain to centralize (move away from the extremities toward the center of the spine) and then resolve.
Because the emphasis is on empowering the patient with guided self-care, the McKenzie Method can be used to help many sciatica sufferers through video chat, safely at home. There are no crowded doctor offices, and no expensive MRI’s or X-rays needed. Most importantly, the individualized McKenzie therapies developed with a Sciaticoach can help prevent further episodes of sciatica or decrease their severity.
For more information on the McKenzie Method please visit: https://mckenzieinstitute.org/clinicians/mckenzie-method
How Does SciatiCoach Work & What is the Cost?
If your Screening Questionnaire answers indicate that you are a good candidate for SciatiCoach, you will be directed to our convenient online scheduling page on Schedulicity. If you do not have an existing profile, you will be prompted to create a Schedulicity profile so that you can easily manage this and all future SciatiCoach appointments. Please bookmark this page or your Schedulicity login page to skip the Questionnaire in the future.
When you have selected your appointment day/time and created your Schedulicity profile, you will be prompted to pay for your appointment by credit card before your appointment is confirmed. As with any professional services appointment, the time is reserved exclusively for you. Appointments may be changed, or cancelled for a full refund, up to 12 hours prior to your appointment start time.
IMPORTANT: Please add a message on the appointment booking page (before confirming your appointment) to indicate your preferred video chat application (Skype, Facetime, Zoom, or Google Meet) and provide your username or phone number. All appointments are scheduled in Central Standard Time (CST).
First SciatiCoach Session (up to 30 minutes) $50
This session is focused on identifying your individual pain relief positions to reduce and eliminate sciatica pain, tingling and numbness.
Follow-up SciatiCoach Session (up to 20 minutes) $45
During follow-up session(s) we continue to focus on pain relief positions and will identify exercises and stretches to reduce and eliminate your sciatica pain.
Three SciatiCoach Sessions (including First Session) $120
Five SciatiCoach Sessions (including First Session) $150
About SciatiCoach Dr. Craig Morris, Chiropractor
Dr. Craig Morris has been helping people find pain relief and live healthier lives for nearly 20 years in his private chiropractic practice in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. He began his career in the healthcare industry working for pharmaceutical companies before returning to school to specialize in chiropractic care and wellness. He holds undergraduate degrees in Human Anatomy, Applied Anatomy and Industrial Chemistry, and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the National University of Life Sciences.
Early in his chiropractic career, Dr. Morris began specialized training in the McKenzie Method, and has been using it to help sciatica and other patients for more than 15 years. He was inspired to develop SciatiCoach after successfully helping family and friends who could not visit his office treat their own sciatic pain through live video coaching. Sciaticoach.com is not directly affiliated with Robin McKenzie or the McKenzie Institute.
Dr. Craig Morris and his wife Jennifer have been married for over 25 years. They have three wonderful children and an energetic German Shorthaired Pointer, and have hosted several exchange students. Dr. Morris enjoys time with family, healthy cooking, running, weight training and competitive powerlifting (he is a State of Wisconsin record holder).
Also a voracious reader, Dr. Morris stays up to date on the latest research on health, wellness and nutrition topics to share with patients, family and friends. He teaches anatomy and physiology at the Northeast Wisconsin School of Massage, and supports sustainable living.