Psoas muscle attaches to your lower spine and to your thigh bone. If it's tight (sitting too much?) it pulls your lower back. It's one of the common causes of lower BACK PAIN! If you can stretch this regularly then your lower back may feel a lot better!
The sciatic nerve is located deep in the buttock. Because of its vicinity to the piriformis muscle, constriction or swelling of the muscle may lead to irritation of the nerve and pain. (Effects Of Bad Posture Lower Backs)
9 hip stretches to alleviate back pain and piriformis syndrome
While over stretching may not necessarily be good for your lower back, in this guide I explain how to wisely stretch the muscles that need to be stretched and the exercises that are the most beneficial to you. These exercises target the muscles that tend
Fight Chair Body - this pyriformis stretch relieves sore hips and a tight lower back. Excellent for lower back pain, tight hips, piriformis syndrome and sciatica. We all suffer from too much sitting or “chair body” – this release exercise fights back, eas
Free Your Neck with this Subscapularis Stretch! Great for those who compute or drive a lot. Or for those with pain where your neck and shoulders intersect. FREE videos of this stretch at: www.do-it-yoursel.
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