Low Back Pain can be excruciating, but the radiating pain of sciatica may be worse! Most often, this is caused by neuromuscular and fascial issues and should be treated conservatively. These exercises are very similar to those offered [...]
What causes my particular Low Back Pain? It is one of the most debilitating conditions in the US. There are many causes that overlap and inter-relate.
Rectus Abdominis - The Six Pack Muscle Chronic Low Back Pain - Rectus Abdominis can develop trigger points that cause severe back pain. It may surprise you that the quest for a flat stomach does not strengthen your [...]
"Lumbago" Anyone? Chronic Low Back Pain - Gluteus medius and gluteus maximus cause low back pain in multiple ways. These "glute" muscles include the fleshy and outermost gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and the gluteus minimus, deepest of the [...]
Chronic Low Back Pain - Psoas Psoas major is your primary hip flexor. It can cause a well defined and excruciating pain pattern. The two psoas muscles and ileacus together are called iliopsoas. Dysfunction on either side will [...]