Your chiropractor is trained to identify and locate the muscles, nerves, ligaments, joints and other soft tissue structures that may be contributing to your condition. Care begins with a comprehensive history and a physical examination. Your chiropractor may next use adjustments or physiotherapeutic modalities, such as ultrasound. He or she can also give you advice on posture and exercises to promote healing and improve function. This will help prevent future injuries and allow your body to perform at its best.
– Gluteus Medius Minimus Syndrome
– Piriformis Syndrome
– Ischial Bursitis
– Sacroiliac Irritation
– Sacroiliac Syndrome
Buttock-area conditions are often interrelated, and there can sometimes be a domino effect of injuries. For example, tense low back muscles can contribute to tingling, burning or stabbing pain in the buttocks, thighs and lower limbs. These symptoms may result from any one of several conditions collectively known as sciatica. They’re painful but finding the source can be somewhat challenging.