How Glute Weakness and Lower Back Pain Is Connected?

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How Glute Weakness and Lower Back Pain Is Connected?

November 18, 2020


Recently, lower back pain (LBP) is the world’s largest cause of disability. Furthermore, 5-15% of American adults develop chronic low back pain (CLBP) throughout their lives. Recent studies have shown that people living with CLBP are increasingly susceptible to limited lumbar (low spinal) mobility as well as reduced core muscle contraction effectiveness. In addition to these differences, a correlation between LBPs and weaker glutes has also been demonstrated. You need to visit a pain clinic, but before that, reading this article can be helpful.

Determining your pain source

The glutes consist of three layers of muscles: the Maximus gluteus, the medius Gluteus, and the Minus Gluteus. These muscles play a key role in day-to-day activities as they strongly affect the pelvis and lower backbone movement and positioning.

Weak or inactive glutes, as well as instability in the lower spine, can cause biomechanics imbalances in the pelvis and the hips.

Tight glutes can cause as much lower back discomfort as weak glutes may lead to tightness in the lower back, overworking these muscles or working in long sitting occupations.

The gluteal muscles are a three-muscle group consisting of flesh:

Those three muscles comprise your body’s largest muscle group. The first muscle to activate on leg muscle contraction is located at the back of any hip. You have to stand up, sit up and move your glutes. Your lower back is affected by weakened glutes. In addition, slow posture may imply both sluggish blood glutes and hip tightening, and knee pain. In recent clinical research, increased gluteal and core strength have been shown to be beneficial treatments for chronic lower back pain.

Back pain is a sign of more severe trouble rather than a disease. If you or someone you know has chronic lower back pain, be sure that the cure is there. Contact us to plan a consultation and learn how OK Pain Doc can help you to achieve the future of relief and a better quality of life. We believe in a painless future and are here to help you take your life back.

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**Disclaimer: This content should not be considered medical advice and does not imply a doctor-patient relationship.

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