Piriformis Syndrome

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[fusion_text]Back in September of 2013 I was dealing with some pretty painful Piriformis pain.

For those of you who don’t know, the piriformis is a tiny muscle that is located in the front portion of the sacrum in the glutial region. The problem that runners typically run into with the piriformis is when it becomes irritated and in return pinches the sciatic nerve which runs right beneath.  This causes pain in the buttocks area or hip.

Here are posts regarding my piriformis issues:

Posts on Piriformis Injury

Times to Make Some Changes

Hard Workouts

Piriformis Stretches and Prevention

IT Band and Piriformis Stretches

Dynamic Stretches

My Nightly Routine


External Links/Websites for Piriformis Syndrome (These are websites I have used to gain more knowledge on Piriformis Syndrome and Prevention)

Piriformis Stretches

What is Piriformis Syndrome?[/fusion_text]

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