McMonigle Neurology Associates

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The McMonigle Difference


20+ Years Experience

Dr. McMonigle is board-certified and has completed fellowships in clinical neurology, child neurology, and neuromuscular disorders.

Specialized Services

On-site state-of-the-art testing affords our patients convenient and comprehensive exams.

Affordable Patient Care

We work closely with most insurance providers to keep your treatments as affordable as possible.

Professional Staff

We are sensitive to your needs and treat every patient and their family with the utmost respect and privacy.

What are the Symptoms of Sciatic Nerve Pain?


If you are experiencing symptoms of sciatic nerve pain or sciatica in Huntington, call today to schedule an appointment with the best neurologist-specialist in New York, Dr. Jennifer McMonigle Medical PC, to talk you through your options toward a pain-free future.

Sciatic nerve pain results from injury or irritation to the sciatic nerve originating in the buttock/gluteal area. Sciatic nerve pain occurs when the sciatic nerve is compressed, irritated, or inflamed in the lower back resulting in pain originating from the sacral nerve roots and, or lumbar.

Sciatic nerve pain symptoms may include:

  • Moderate to sharp lower back pain
  • Moderate to intense pain in the buttock & back of the leg
  • Numbness or weakness in lower back, buttock, leg, or feet
  • Worsening pain with movement; loss of movement
  • Tingling (pins & needles) feeling in legs, toes, or feet
  • Bowel or bladder dysfunction

Call our office today or use our convenient online form to schedule an initial consultation. It may be time for you to see Dr. McMonigle, who can has helped Huntington patients suffering sciatic nerve pain.

What Causes Sciatica in Huntington Patients?


Sciatica occurs when the sciatic nerve, stretching from the lower back, buttock, back of the leg, and down to the foot, is damaged in some way or has pressure placed on it.

There may be several different medical conditions that cause sciatica in Huntington patients, such as:

  • Vertebral compression fractures
  • Herniated or slipped discs causing pressure on a nerve root
  • Tumors in the lumbar spinal canal that compress the sciatic nerve
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Spondylosis
  • Degenerative disc disease

There are also lifestyle and personal habits that may contribute to the likelihood of sciatica, such as lack of exercise, sitting for extended periods, and poor postures. Smoking or diabetes can also be contributing factors to sciatic pain.

Diagnosing your sciatic pain, determining its cause, and proper sciatica treatment is vital to decreasing your pain and increasing your mobility.

Call our office today or visit us online to schedule an initial consultation to rule out any significant medical issues, and to determine what type of lower back treatment is appropriate.

Why Choose Us for Lower Back Pain Treatment in Huntington?


Dr. Jennifer McMonigle is a board-certified Neurologist dedicated to delivering personalized and compassionate care to Huntington patients with lower back pain and other neurological conditions.

During your consultation, Dr. McMonigle will likely ask about your general medical history, any past or recent related injuries, and the type of pain you are experiencing. A neurological examination and imaging tests in the clinical setting may be appropriate.

These are a few reasons why patients choose our clinic for lower back pain treatment in New York:

  • Committed to patients throughout the treatment plan
  • Stellar reputation within the medical community
  • Frequent referrals from other neurologists within New York
  • Dr. McMonigle serves as a Diplomat of the American Board of Neurology

Call McMonigle Neurology Associates to schedule a consultation for proper diagnosis and recommended lower back treatment. 631-230-6644