Sometimes you can prevent sciatica, but the condition sometimes occurs again.
Exercise regularly: Keeping these muscles strong can help protect your back. You should pay special attention your core muscles, the muscles in your abdomen and lower back that help you keep your posture in place and that support your spine. In the interest of strengthening your lower back, focus on your core muscles, the muscles in your midsection buttock that prevent pain. Talk with your osteopath about take part in physical exercises that address your needs.
Maintain an upright posture: When you sit by choosing a chair with good lumbar support, armrests, and a swivel base. Consider placing a cushion or rolled towel in the small of your back to keep its typical shape. Keep your legs and hips level to accommodate your physique.
If you spend long periods standing, rest one foot on a stool or small box from time to time. When you lift up something heavy, let your lower extremities do the bulk of the work. Maintain a straight posture and lower only at the knees. Hold the weight close to your torso. Avoid lifting and twisting at the same time. If you have a lifting partner, it will help the other person complete the task.