Lower Back and Hips

Most incidents of low back pain occur without injury, and are the result of repetitive overuse, usually due to poor posture and movement patterns i.e. poor lifting technique. Repetitive overuse strain of the muscles and soft-tissues of the hip and groin are common, particular in jumping sports such as basketball and ballet. Wear and tear osteoarthritis of the hip joint is also relatively common.

Applying the Bodyspanner's local-regional-global model, dysfunction in strength and stability of this region can profoundly affect the way the entire body moves. This is commonly referred to as ‘core strength’ and is integral in preventing recurrence of low back pain and optimising general well-being.

Below is a list of conditions most commonly associated with the lower back, buttock, hip and groin. Read through these to assess which one most closely fits your symptoms, for the lower back, hip and buttock below and get started.

Be sure to check that you don’t have any ‘red flag’ symptoms which means you will first need to consult with you health practitioner before using the Bodyspanner.