What is Radicular pain?

Radicular pain has different forms. The commonest form is Radiculopathy (sciatica. Radiculopathy is that pain that travels along the sciatic nerve, down the thigh’s back, and sometimes into the calf.

More about Radicular Pain

There are 31 pairs of spinal nerves in the body, and each of them has the tendency to be pinched near the location where they exit the spine. Between the vertebrae, there is a small opening that allows the nerve to pass through.

Radiculitis is the term used to describe the spinal root and its inflammation, while radiculopathy implies pathology or that the radiculitis has progressed.