Sciatica Pain Management Clinic In Everett, Renton, Tacoma, Olympia and Spokane

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Symptoms Of Sciatica Pain

Sciatica is a debilitating condition that causes irritation, pain, numbness, or tingling in the sciatic nerve, which runs from the lower back through the hips and down each leg. The pain may be mild or severe and can be felt anywhere along the nerve pathway, which includes:

Pain in other parts of body:

Pain in the lower back, buttocks, or legs, often on one side of the body.

Jolts of pain:

Pain that feels like a jolt or electric shock starting from your back.

Numbness or tingling:

Numbness or tingling in the legs or feet.

Weakness in body:

Weakness in the legs or feet can make it difficult to do everyday activities.

Difficulty standing:

Difficulty sitting or standing for long periods of time.

Shooting or burning pain:

Shooting or burning pain in your body that worsens with movement.

Leg pain:

Pain that starts in the lower back and radiates down one or both legs. The pain may be described as shooting or burning.

Loss of bladder or bowel control:

This is a rare symptom, but if it occurs, it is a medical emergency and requires immediate attention.

If you are experiencing sciatica pain, contact us at Anesis Spine and Pain Care with locations in Everett, Renton, Tacoma, Olympia, and Spokane. Our doctors specializing in sciatica pain and spine pain care can help determine the underlying cause and recommend an appropriate treatment.

Treatments for Sciatica Pain from Anesis Spine & Pain Care:

Below, you’ll find a description of some of our treatments for neck pain. After a thorough consultation and exam, each patient will receive one of our individualized pain care treatments and plans.


An epidural steroid injection is a minimally invasive procedure that delivers steroids via a needle directly into the epidural space to help reduce inflammation.


A medial branch block is a diagnostic and therapeutic procedure used to identify and treat pain in the facet joints of the spine that are causing pain in other areas, such as the neck. Medial branch blocks are typically used to diagnose pain in the neck, mid-back, or lower back. They are often used in conjunction with other diagnostic tests, such as imaging studies, to determine the cause of back or neck pain.


Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is a minimally invasive medical procedure that uses radio waves to generate heat and destroy abnormal tissue in the body. It is commonly used to treat certain types of chronic pain, such as back pain, neck pain, and arthritis.


Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) therapy is a minimally invasive medical procedure that involves the implantation of a small device to deliver electrical impulses to the spinal cord, with the goal of reducing chronic pain. SCS therapy is primarily used to treat chronic pain in the back, neck, leg, and arms that have not responded to other treatments.


Trigger point injections (TPI) are a medical procedure used to treat chronic pain caused by trigger points, which are small areas of muscle that are tight and tender to the touch. The procedure involves the injection of a small amount of local anesthetic or a combination of anesthetic and corticosteroid medication into the trigger point.


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Causes of Sciatica Pain:

Sciatica pain is typically caused by compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve, which is the largest nerve in the body that runs from the lower back down to the legs. Some common causes of sciatica pain include:

Spinal stenosis: A narrowing of the spinal canal in the lower back, which puts pressure on the nerve roots.

Trauma or injury: A fall, car accident, or other traumatic event can damage the sciatic nerve and lead to pain.

Piriformis syndrome: This is a condition in which the piriformis muscle in the buttocks compresses the sciatic nerve, leading to pain.

Tumors or infections: Rarely, tumors or infections can compress the sciatic nerve and cause pain.

Spondylolisthesis: This is a condition in which a vertebra in the spine slips out of place and puts pressure on the sciatic nerve.

Degenerative disc disease: This occurs when the discs between the vertebrae in the spine degenerate, causing the vertebrae to rub against each other and irritate the nerve.

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ABOUT: Dr. Burkey was raised outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Williams College and Georgetown University Medical School. During medical school, Dr. Burkey was awarded a two-year fellowship by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to conduct laboratory research on the neuroscientific mechanisms of pain. Adam completed his medical internship in New York City at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, followed by a three-year residency in Neurology at Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Burkey then returned to Philadelphia where he pursued a fellowship in Pain Management at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Burkey simultaneously obtained a master’s degree in Epidemiology, measuring pain and neuropathy in cancer patients.




ABOUT: Dr. Harstroem earned her Doctor of Medicine degree at the Medical University of Lublin, where she graduated with the Highest Achievement Award. During her clinical training, she received Honors with Distinction degrees as an exchange student at Harvard Medical School, MA, as well as during her time at Cornell University-affiliated hospitals in NYC. After medical school, Dr. Harstroem completed her internship and anesthesiology residency at Wake Forest University, NC, where she trained and conducted research with some of the leaders and world-renowned pioneers in the field of pain medicine and neuromodulation. This inspired her to further specialize within this developing field, and she subsequently completed a fellowship in Interventional Pain Management at Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle. She is a member of the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, North American Neuromodulation Society, Spine Intervention Society, American Interventional Headache Society, as well as the American Society of Anesthesiologists.

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155 Lilly Road NE Olympia, WA 98506


801 SW 16th St, Suite 121 Renton, WA 98057


1414 N. Vercler Rd Bld #5, Spokane, WA 99216


1628 S Mildred St #102, Tacoma, WA 98465


3305 Nassau Street Everett, WA 98201

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