Discover common triggers of SI joint pain and learn effective prevention strategies to avoid flare-ups.
Back Pain and Neck Pain Blog
A complete guide to the causes of buttock muscle pain, sciatica pain in the buttock, and treatments to help relieve pain in the buttock area.
Is massage good for piriformis pain? Massage therapy can help relax and release a tight piriformis muscle, which can prevent spasming and reduce buttock pain and hip pain caused by piriformis syndrome. How do I release my piriformis? Neuromuscular therapy can help release a tight piriformis muscle by applying pressure to trigger points in the center of the buttock.
Yoga helps stretch and strengthen muscles in both the lower back and gluteal regions and can effectively treat piriformis syndrome pain.
Piriformis syndrome self-care includes being mindful of your posture and engaging in simple exercises during routine day-to-day activities.
How can I relieve piriformis syndrome pain quickly? The duration of piriformis syndrome pain is variable and can last a few days to several weeks. If left untreated, the symptoms can last for over 2 years.
How long does sciatica last? Learn about how your sciatica symptoms can become chronic, and common treatments and tips to help prevent your sciatica from recurring or flaring.
Learn about how the narrowing of the bony openings in your spine due to stenosis can cause symptoms and signs in your arms and legs, and when these symptoms may indicate a medical emergency.
Relieve sciatica pain and prevent future flare-ups by stretching and strengthening your lower back, abdominal, and thigh muscles with these 3 simple exercises.
Pain arising from spinal abnormalities are typically caused by a pinched nerve or a degenerating disc. Getting the correct diagnosis is key to finding a solution.