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Pelvic Girdle Pain Exercises
Can pelvic floor dysfunction (tight pelvic floor in spasm) cause leg pain?Awaiting botox in pelvic muscle
Ligaments: In men and women this can be the presentation of an inguinal hernia. Other possibilities are ligaments stretching, irritation of the illioinguinal or genitofermoral nerves, or loosening of scar tissue from previous inguinal or low abdominal surgery. Pelvic mass is also possible. This is obviously a nonspecific sign so physical examination is key in helping to determine the cause. See your gp. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Tight adductor & other hip muscle imbalances can cause back and hamstring troubles.Tight adductors could inhibit the gluteus medius.The gluteus muscle does help to support the body when you are standing on 1 leg.Thus,it would be food to see a Physical therapist & to consider incorporating a program of Core Pilates,after a thorough evaluation from a Sports Medicine MD as there are also other causes ...Read more
Not Exercise: Exercise is not known to cause pelvic pain. In fact exercise may improve pelvic pain in many women. Now if you have scar tissue, endometriosis or fibroids, exercise could aggravate the pain in some women but that is from the underlying problem itself. Endometriosis is a chronic condition that often requires a reproductive endocrinologist to help you manage or even diagnose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Shoulder pain: While weightlifting could be from the acromioclavicular joint, the rotator cuff, the glenohumeral joint or a combination of all three. First proper mechanics are needed. Second one must make certain that there not any underlying issues. Finally often reducing the weight helps. And spending some time strengthening the smaller muscles of the shoulder girdle such as building up rotators and the biceps and triceps and the trapezius. ...Read more
Dx with pelvic floor dysfunction (muscles in spasm) are physio exercises concentrating on the core/abdo muscles going to make PFD worse?
NO: strenghten pelvic floor and PC muscles with Kegal maneuvers, pelvic thrusts and abdominal bridging and planking exercises. PT will work. Strenghtening gluteal and pelvic floor muscles. Ask you GYN about the use of pelvic/vaginal weights. ...Read more
Can be very helpful: Both massage and passive and active stretching can be very helpful for tight hip . Flexors. While a home program for stretching can work fine massage needs to be done by a provider trained in neuromuscular massage in order to get the most benefit. Stretches should be demonstrated at least once to make sure they are done properly. Find a facility that provides physical therapy and massage. ...Read more
Can doing squat exercises help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and help treat stress incontinence?
Lower left abdomenal pain, backpain, pelvic pain, hip pain on either side, rectal pain, this radiates to thighs making it difficult to walk?
Diverticulitis: What you are describing could be from many different ailments. Sometimes diverticulitis can cause diffuse pain. It could be many other things. Your doctor will need to know more about this pain. They will ask about what makes it better. It is good that you can tellt them that it is worse with walking. Also timing. ...Read more
Yes, may need ER: Yes, uti's can definitely cause pain in your pelvic region, but if you are having rib pain you may need to be concerned about pyelonephritis, which is where a UTI can climb up toward your kidneys and can be a much more severe infection. If you are having any systemic signs, changes in urination, you may want to consider being checked out sooner than later as this can lead to kidney damage. ...Read more
I am 30 weeks pregnant with excruciating groin ligamentand si pain. My p.T. Recommends a serola sacroiliac belt for "si" pelvic pain. Your opinion?
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