Sciatica (or lumbosciatic) is characterized by intense pain starting from the buttock, then reaching the thigh and finally the foot, stiffness of the spine and symptoms increased by exertion, coughing or sneezing. Anatomically, sciatic pain (or sciatica) is compression of the anterior motor root of the sciatic nerve. The most common example is the terrible “kidney tower” that is contracted when trying to lift a cardboard box that is too heavy, during a move for example. How do you recognize her? How can it be avoided or relieved? Discover the characteristic symptoms of sciatica and the remedies and treatments to remedy them.