Forward Tipped Pelvis Muscle Imbalance.  By far the most common postural dysfunction we see, a forward tipped pelvis is extremely common among office workers, truck drivers and others who spend a large portion of each day sitting.  A forward tipped pelvis is also the most common cause of lower back muscle pain. Tight muscles: Lumbar Hip flexors Quadriceps Weak muscles: Abdominal Gluteal Hamstrings

Forward Tipped Pelvis Muscle Imbalance. By far the most common postural dysfunction we see, a forward tipped pelvis is extremely common among office workers, truck drivers and others who spend a large portion of each day sitting. A forward tipped pelvis is also the most common cause of lower back muscle pain. Tight muscles: Lumbar Hip flexors Quadriceps Weak muscles: Abdominal Gluteal Hamstrings

Common Peroneal Nerve-- (Common Fibular Nerve; External Popliteal Nerve; Lateral Popliteal Nerve) is a nerve in the lower leg that provides sensation and motor function to parts of the lower leg. When damaged or compressed, it can cause foot drop.

Common Peroneal Nerve-- (Common Fibular Nerve; External Popliteal Nerve; Lateral Popliteal Nerve) is a nerve in the lower leg that provides sensation and motor function to parts of the lower leg. When damaged or compressed, it can cause foot drop.

Piriformis Syndrome is inflammation in the piriformis muscle which causes irritation and compression of the sciatic nerve.

Piriformis Syndrome is inflammation in the piriformis muscle which causes irritation and compression of the sciatic nerve.

Let’s face it.  It’s confusing as to when to apply a heat pad or when you should get out the ice pack.  Thankfully, the good folks at the Cleveland Clinic have created this handy dandy chart to help figure out what’s best for each situation. As an example, it suggests to use ice for

This Chart Shows You When To Use Ice Or Heat For Your Pain

Let’s face it. It’s confusing as to when to apply a heat pad or when you should get out the ice pack. Thankfully, the good folks at the Cleveland Clinic have created this handy dandy chart to help figure out what’s best for each situation. As an example, it suggests to use ice for

trigger point referral pain patterns for the low back

Sciatica SOS™ Review

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