One of the main causes of pain in the lower back conditions centers around imbalances in the muscular system.  Muscle imbalances involve changes in the flexibility and strength of opposing muscles.  In other words one group of muscles get tight while to opposing muscle group gets weak.  And, over time, these imbalances will produce pain in the lower back and, in some cases, sciatica like symptoms. 

A classic example of this type of muscle imbalance that is responsible for much of the pain in the lower back area involves a condition we refer to as lumbpelvic syndrome.  In this case, muscles attaching to the lumbar spine that course through the pelvis to attach to the front side of the hip become tight, while the muscles on the back side of the hip become weak.  This imbalance creates a rotation in the pelvis that leads to increases in compression of the joints in the lower back which ultimately leads to pain.

In the video below, we describe, in more detail, the components of lumbpelvic syndrome and how this condition can impact the function of the lower back.

Although medical science is still uncertain as to the nature and causes of pain in the lower back, what we do know is that the muscular system plays a large role in the incidence of lower back pain.  By first identifying the source of the problem and then following a specific regimen of strengthening and stretching exercises for for the lower back, you can free yourself of pain quickly, easily, and safely.

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