The Complete Hips and Pelvis Chapter
- Hips and Pelvis Chapter (Duration : 24.11s)
Pain in the groin is common. The muscle usually involved is the Hip Flexor or Psoas. It is attached to the front of each of the lumbar vertebrae. It traverses through the pelvis and exits at the groin attaching to the upper thigh bone or Femur. Tightness in this muscle can cause inflammation at its attachment point creating pain in the groin.
The main muscles that cause grief are called Gluteus Medius and Gluteus Minimus. They are the smaller cousins of the bigger buttock muscle Gluteus Maximus which is looser by nature. These muscles are often tight and the pain pattern is typically quite defined to the lateral hip area.
This chapter will explain the triggers to hips and pelvis problems and the 3D animation will show how the hips and pelvis function and the reasons for discomfort or pain. The stretching routines will overcome present problems and prevent future ones.
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