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10 Piriformis Stretches To Help You Get Rid Of Sciatica, Hip And Lower Back Pain

Hip and lower back pain can come as a result of an irritation of the sciatic nerve. This pain can spread downwards and can affect the limbs and the feet. It is something many people suffer from, and the pain can affect your daily routine. 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. This muscle connects the top of the femur to the spine, and it’s the main muscle that allows for outward movement of the hip, upper leg, and foot from the body. However, in many cases, the sciatic nerve passes right through the muscle and this leads to sciatica symptoms caused by what is known as piriformis syndrome. It is estimated that at some point in life, 4 out of 10 people will get sciatica or an irritation of the sciatic nerve. Sciatica treatment involves physical therapy, medications, and can even lead to surgery. Exercises for alleviating sciatica pain 1. 1. 2. 1.

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