Pelvic Muscle

 

Pelvic Muscle

 

gluteas maximus

Gluteus Maximus

 

Steps for doing:


1. The coloured part is being stretched.

2. This exercise Can be done either in Standing position leaning on the wall or in lying down position

3. Flex right leg towards left side chest wall and upwards towards opposite shoulder joint as shown

4. Hold the same position for 10-20 seconds, without holding your breath

 



 
 

In this video we are going to stretch gluteus maximus muscle
The coloured part in being stretched as shown
The arrow indicates the direction of stretch

1. This muscle is responsible for lower limb dysfunction, and pelvic dysfunction

2. Symptoms refer to lower lumbar spine, sacrum, buttock, thigh and leg regions.

3. Symptoms may include pain, numbness, hypersensitivity, altered sensation,irritability and also Symptoms related to compression of adjacent blood vessels and nerves.

4. Commonly related to disease such as sciatica, coccygodynia, sacroiliac joint dysfunction and others.

piriformis

Gluteus Maximus

 

Steps for doing:


1. The coloured part is being stretched.

2. Lie down on your spine as shown

3. Right leg crossed over left leg.

4. Lift left leg towards chest as shown with both hands

5. Hold the same position for 10-20 seconds, without holding your breath

 



 

In this video we are going to stretch piriformis muscle
The coloured part in being stretched as shown
The arrow indicates the direction of stretch

1. This muscle is responsible for lower limb, and pelvic pain syndromes.

2. Symptoms refer to lower lumbar spine, sacrum, buttock, perineum, posterior thigh, leg, and foot regions.

3. Symptoms may include pain, numbness, hypersensitivity, altered sensation, irritability and also Symptoms related to compression of adjacent blood vessels and nerves.

4. Commonly related to disease such as sacroiliitis, coccygodynia, sacroiliac joint dysfunction lumbar disc herniation and others.

quadratus femoris

Quadratus Femoris

 

Steps for doing:


1. The coloured part is being stretched.

2. Lie down on your spine as shown.

3. Lift right leg upwards & towards left chestwall as shown.

4. Right knee towards and above left shoulder.

5. Hold the same position for 10-20 seconds, without holding your breath

 



 

In this video we are going to stretch Quadratus femoris muscle
The coloured part in being stretched as shown
The arrow indicates the direction of stretch

1. This muscle is responsible for lower limb, and pelvic pain syndromes.

2. Symptoms refer to lower lumbar spine, sacrum, buttock, perineum, posterior thigh, leg, and foot regions.

3. Symptoms may include pain, numbness, hypersensitivity, altered sensation, irritability and also Symptoms related to compression of adjacent blood vessels and nerves.

4. Commonly related to disease such as sacroiliitis, coccygodynia, sacroiliac joint dysfunction lumbar disc herniation and others.

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