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Sacrum | SI Joint Massage Treatment for Sciatica and Hip Pain

Sacrum | SI Joint Massage Treatment for Sciatica and Hip Pain

    Treating Tight Calf Muscles Sciatica typically occurs when the sciatic nerve is compressed by a herniated disk or bone spur, but releasing muscle tension can often bring relief ...
Trigger Point Therapy - Treating Gluteus Maximus

Trigger Point Therapy - Treating Gluteus Maximus

Thigh Muscles - showing the Gluteus Maximus and Gluteus Medius             Weak gluteal muscles can have wide-reaching implications up and down the kinetic chain The...
Lower Back Pain - An Overview of the Key Muscles Involved

Lower Back Pain - An Overview of the Key Muscles Involved

    Lower back pain is often associated with myofascial trigger points Lower Back Pain is often attributed to “structural” factors such as pinched nerves, herniated disks, and arthritic degeneration.  In reality, these kinds...
Trigger Point Therapy - Treating the Gluteus Maximus

Trigger Point Therapy - Treating the Gluteus Maximus

   Treating Gluteus Maximus Trigger Points - Dr. Jonathan Kuttner   Ischemic Compression Technique     Gluteus Maximus The gluteus maximus is the most coarsely fibered and heaviest muscle in...
Torsional Release Technique | Trigger Point Therapy | Neck Pain

Torsional Release Technique | Trigger Point Therapy | Neck Pain

Chronic neck pain is rampant - especially amongst millennials and younger populations   So-called ‘text neck’, is becoming a common description for a range of painful musculoskeletal injuries , and something that is set...
Lumbar Back Pain | Overview | Clinical Assessment

Lumbar Back Pain | Overview | Clinical Assessment

  Low back pain is the number one cause and cost of work related disability     Paul Townley, Physiotherapist, discusses Passive Physiological Intervertabral Movements     More than 90% of...
Low Back Pain | Key Structures | Facet Joint Syndromes

Low Back Pain | Key Structures | Facet Joint Syndromes

The facet joint is highly innervated with pain receptors, making it susceptible to producing back pain   Lumbar Facet Joints and Low Back Pain        Anatomy The facet...
Trigger Point Therapy - Treating The Hamstrings

Trigger Point Therapy - Treating The Hamstrings

    The hamstrings are amongst the most overworked muscles in the body There's a common myth that hamstring injuries are the domain of athletes and don't generally affect the...
What is Appendicular Sciatica?

What is Appendicular Sciatica?

    With "Appendicular Sciatica", both the root cause and our approach to treatment are different than would be the case with "Axial Sciatica" This is because in Appendicular sciatica,...
Trigger Point Therapy - Treating the Iliopsoas Group

Trigger Point Therapy - Treating the Iliopsoas Group

   How to Find and Treat Psoas Trigger Points    This muscle group lies deep in the abdominal cavity, and is too often overlooked Trigger points in the iliopsoas frequently contribute...
Trigger Point Therapy - Rectus Abdomini

Trigger Point Therapy - Rectus Abdomini

Trigger Point Anatomy - Rectus Abdomini     Trigger points in the rectus abdomini are often associated with lower back pain The rectus abdominis flexes the lumbar spine, depresses the...
Trigger Point Therapy - Multifidus / Rotatores

Trigger Point Therapy - Multifidus / Rotatores

  Multifidi and Rotatores - Trigger Point Anatomy       Trigger Points in Multifidi may be the cause of a high percentage of back pain, and may increase the...
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