Piriformis Syndrome

Piriformis syndrome can cause pain and numbness down your leg, as well as weakness.

It can be debilitating and negatively affect not only your golf game, but also your quality of life.

Piriformis syndrome is irritation of your sciatic nerve due to an overactive piriformis.

The piriformis can be become synergistically dominant to an inhibited gluteus maximus and gluteus medius and, as a result, pinch down on the sciatic nerve.

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This routine will help correct the corresponding dysfunction associated with piriformis syndrome.

INHIBIT the piriformis for 30-120 sec

STRETCH the hip flexor complex for 30-120 sec

STRETCH the anterior adductors for 30-120 sec

ACTIVATE the gluteal complex, 12-20 reps, tempo 4-2-2

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