INJURIES – LUMBAR, PELVIS, SACRUM, COCCYX


INJURIES – LUMBAR SPINE, PELVIS, SACRUM & COCCYX


INJURIES & CONDITIONS


  1. ANATOMY
  2. ISOMETRICS
  3. PELVIS – HIPS – LOWER BACK

  4. SPINAL SPONDYLOSIS .

  5. PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME – See the Hip Injuries page → CLICK HERE .
  6. SCIATIC PAIN .
  7. SACROILIAC JOINT (SJ) DYSFUNCTION
  8. ISCHIAL BURSITIS – Attention Cyclists

  9. PELVIC CONDITIONS: (1) PELVIC TILT (2) PELVIC FLOOR (3) TAILBONE

ANATOMY


SPINAL COLUMN – CERVICAL-THORACIC-LUMBAR



PELVIS-LUMBAR SPINE-SACRUM-COCCYX 



ISOMETRICS



PELVIS – HIPS – LOW BACK 



SPINAL SPONDYLOSIS 


· Spondylosis is more of a descriptive term than it is a clinical diagnosis. It can be translated to mean that one has both pain and spine degeneration, regardless of what is causing the pain or where the degeneration is occurring. – www.spinehealth.com .



PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME


See the Hip Injuries section → CLICK HERE .


SCIATIC PAIN



SACROILIAC (SI) JOINT DYSFUNCTION



ISCHIAL BURSITIS (SITS BONES)



PELVIS



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