Self-care of low back problems can include the use of a lumbosacral support or a trochanter belt. Here's what your choices are and why you might need them.
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Analyzing the biomechanical forces that contribute to pain in the area of the hip.
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To relieve stress on the IT Band you have to learn to shift your weight properly.
The forward pelvic shift is a better alternative to the bridge exercise for core support and low back pain prevention.
Simple gluteal strengthening exercise.
The benefits of the squat exercise for developing muscle mass and practicing alignment control.
The sacroiliac joint and the muscles that support it are common sources of low back and buttock pain. Discover how to minimize shear stress in the sacroiliac joint and avoid pain and injury.
There are two basic types of sciatic nerve pain. Discover the difference, and you'll be better prepared to help your doctor get to the root of your problem.
If you've been regularly practicing the exercises described in Dr. Lavine's Top Five Exercises for Your Low Back, your lower spine has probably made a lot of progress. Still, you might need something extra to achieve maximal results. What’s the most important exercise I’ve left off my short list? Stretching the piriformis muscle.