Deep gluteal syndrome, formerly referred to as piriformis syndrome, is an overuse syndrome characterized by buttock pain accompanied by symptoms of sciatica. The condition is often caused by the sciatic nerve becoming entrapped and impinged around the piriformis muscle in the sub-gluteal space.
Low back pain (LBP) is the most common medical complaint of otherwise healthy adults, often accounting for work absenteeism and overuse of pain medications. While low back pain can sometimes be caused by an acute injury, most LBP is the result of everyday movement and poor postural habits that can be corrected. These 5 simple […]Read More (0)
An ankle injury on the soccer field can be a devastating setback for an athlete at the top of their game. Not only does the athlete suffer, but the entire team takes a hit, and even the coach stands to face career issues if a key player goes down in mid-season. Needless to say, there […]Read More (0)