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Your buttock muscles (also called gluteal muscles) are large, powerful muscles.  When they become ‘too tight’ they can cause pressure on the sciatic nerve as it passes through your hip area. The sciatic nerve is as large as your finger and is usually found behind some of the large gluteal muscles. Nerves hate to be […]

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Hip Pain Relief Naturally

I had a great time talking with muscle expert and author Gini Maddocks at PainReliefRadio.com Gini always has a lot of excellent input to help listeners get rid of their pain and today was no exception. We talked about your hip, how it moves and why you have hip pain.  Gini told us about her […]

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Sciatica is caused by pressure on the sciatic nerve.  The pressure can be from bones or from muscle.  Most often it seems to be muscle.  The good news is the pressure can often be removed from the sciatic nerve without surgery. Sciatic nerves are really large. They are about the thickness of your index finger […]

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Does walking cause back pain?  You bet it can!  It also causes pain in your hips and pelvis IF you don’t move the way your body was designed to move. Every week I do another episode of Pain Relief Radio.  Today we talked about how to walk to prevent or get rid of back pain.  […]

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We get hip pain from muscles that are out of balance. Walking can help get hip muscles back into balance. Nordic Walking offers support from walking poles.

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Do You Have Hip Pain?

Have you ever wondered why your hips hurt? Do you think you need a hip replacement? Have you paid attention to where the pain in your hip is located? Is it in the meaty back part, at the outside, or on the bone/at the joint? Is it at the inside or outside of your thigh? […]

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