Often what we think is lower back pain really is caused by improper sitting or lifting and this causes a strain or pain not to the back bit the glute medius. This muscle radiates out from the lower back towards your buttocks area. Because it is more on the side than the back, the author suggest a laying on your side, putting pressure on the area and stretching out to help alleviate thoae pressure areas.
- you can put thumbs directly area low back pain glute medias muscle bend over is pain increased between two muscle masses? hip muscles keep body upright Trendendelenburg Gait hips drop every step
- body weight not evenly distributed leads frequent back pain lying on side place thumb lower back pain leg extension past mid-line body repetitions demonstrate weakness stretch high point pain gone
- excise to keep pain away use wall extend arm inside leg lifted repeat press hip wall drop hip walking belt kettle ball strengthens hips back pain reduced exercise treatment sitting causes hip weakness
“What you don’t want to do is you don’t want to start reaching for a lacrosse ball and putting it underneath you. Because when you are in pain and you are already inflamed you are putting too much pressure on the area it is likely to resist what you are trying to do and not help you fix it.”