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Sciatica: 3 Exercises to Relieve Sciatic Nerve Pain anterior pelvic tilt anterior pelvis back pain egoscue method glute pain hip pain leg pain nerve impingement sciatic leg pain sciatic nerve pain sciatica glute pain the pain free athlete Sep 30, 2020

 Sciatica is a literal pain in the butt!

 

I have suffered from sciatica on and off for years. I feel it in my left glute, and when it gets really bad, the pain extends down my hamstring on the back of my upper thigh. If you’ve had it, then you know that it can be quite...

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Conquer Your Fear of Pain with Movement back pain catastrophizing fear avoidance model freedom from pain hip pain kinesiophobia pain management pain relief pain treatment the pain free athlete Aug 06, 2020

 Kinesiophobia: “the avoidance of activity because you fear it will cause pain.”

--Norman J. Marcus, MD

While I was talking with one of my clients who had suffered from back pain for over four years, he realized that only when distracted did he not have pain with movement. ...

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Foot and Ankle Injuries Often Lead to Chronic Pain ankle injury ankle pain ankle rehab back pain egoscue method exercises for shoulder pain foot injury foot pain foot rehab gait abnormalities gait mechanics groin pain heel pain hip pain injury rehab postural restoration si pain the pain free athlete walking walking form Oct 16, 2019

Have you ever sprained your ankle?

 

It is a common injury, happening 97 times a minute, 2,328 times a day and 850,000 times a year. Actually, you have a 30% chance of spraining your ankle this year! (https://www.rightdiagnosis.com/a/ankle_sprain/stats.htm)

 

Although ankle sprains are...

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Stretching Your Glutes Isn't Enough cycling egoscue method glute pain glute stretching hip pain postural resoration intitute pri the pain free athlete Jul 17, 2019

Recently, during a hard week of training—including climbing intervals on the bike and heavy lifting in the gym—I woke up with intense tightness in my left glute. Previously, I had overworked my my right glute, which made it tighter. Now it was the left. I saw this as a good sign,...

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Posture Therapy: A Bodyworker's Perspective egoscue method fai femoroacetabular impingement hip degeneration hip pain hip rehabilitation pain relief postural resoration intitute pri rolfing structural integration the pain free athlete May 07, 2019

Last summer, Elizabeth Lamoureux was diagnosed with Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) in her right hip. FAI creates abnormal contact and wear in the hip joint, between the ball—top of the femur (thigh bone)—and the socket—acetabulum (depression in the pelvic bone).

This...

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