Dr. McMonigle is board-certified and has completed fellowships in clinical neurology, child neurology, and neuromuscular disorders.
On-site state-of-the-art testing affords our patients convenient and comprehensive exams.
We work closely with most insurance providers to keep your treatments as affordable as possible.
We are sensitive to your needs and treat every patient and their family with the utmost respect and privacy.
It may be time to see Dr. McMonigle, a Medical PC and specialist who can address your issues if you are experiencing sciatic nerve pain in Greenlawn, NY. Every patient with sciatic nerve pain is different.
The type, intensity, and cause of sciatic nerve pain may also differ.
These are common sciatic nerve pain symptoms among Greenlawn patients:
If you are researching and considering some form of treatment for your sciatic nerve pain, an important first step is modifying activities, such as avoiding lifting, bending, and twisting motions.
If self-care treatments have failed to bring change, call to schedule a consultation. Dr. McMonigle can make a proper diagnosis and treatment recommendation.
The sciatic nerve is the largest and longest nerve in the body, spanning from the lower back to the foot. Sciatica is a common disorder affecting approximately 40% of the population experiencing it at some point in their lives.
Many patients mistakenly refer to any form of lower back pain as sciatica.
There are a few identifiable causes of sciatica in Greenlawn patients:
The onset of sciatica symptoms can be sudden, or may develop gradually.
The pain may be intermittent or continuous. Certain activities, such as bending, coughing, sneezing, or sitting, may worsen the pain.
Call or visit us online to schedule a consultation. Dr. McMonigle will collect as much information as possible during a physical examination to determine what form of sciatica treatment is appropriate for you.
Most acute or short-term lower back pain is mechanical in nature, meaning there is a disruption in the way the components of the back, which are the spine, muscle, intervertebral discs, and nerves, fit together and move.
Dr. McMonigle works with both types of lower back pain, acute and chronic, to determine if there is a medically serious underlying cause or an easily identifiable cause.
These are a few reasons why Greenlawn patients choose us for lower back pain treatment:
Call McMonigle Neurology Associates today to schedule an appointment if you are suffering lower back pain and are ready to experience a better kind of care.