Your Groin and Lower Back Pain - and how to relieve it
Groin and Lower Back pain may feel completely debilitating, but you should not worry. Even though it may feel as if you are unable to do what you wish, it is not a serious issue! The most common questions asked by people like your self with groin and lower back pain are...
"What is it?" and "How can I remove it now?"
Read on to find out the answers to your questions. After all you want to get back to all the activities you enjoy, let alone being able to get out of a chair without that horrible groin pain. But some answers you need first...
What causes your Groin and Lower Back Pain
Even though it feels serious, the lower back and groin pain you suffer comes from a very common back pain issue. There are 4 main factors that cause all back pain - tight muscles, weak muscles, joint movement and pelvic balance.
With your lower back and groin pain, the main culprit is your pelvic balance. As joints and muscles become out of balance your pelvis twists. When it twists the other joints that are attached to it also come under tension. Your "hip" (where your leg attaches to your pelvis) becomes under tension and a partial dislocation can occur. This is nothing to worry about!
The partial dislocation is minimal. You will not suddenly need a hip replacement, or be incapacitated. The twisting in your pelvis prevents this joint from working correctly, so the muscles and ligament become strained. This creates your groin pain; the other factors create your lower back pain.
Combined you have the tight and weak muscles, incorrect joint movement and pelvic imbalance causing your lower back pain - and the pelvic twisting and hip tension creating your groin pain.
It may sound complicated and serious but it isn't. This is a very common type of lower back pain condition. Best of all very easy to correct and fix completely and permanently, which leads us to question number 2...
How can you remove your lower back and groin pain?
To completely, totally and permanently remove your lower back and groin pain, you need to address the 4 main factors creating it. You need to fix the tight muscles - stretches are the best and quickest way to do this (although, it is knowing how and when to stretch that is more important than knowing what to stretch).
You must stimulate weak muscles - firstly by improving their nerve and blood supply and then exercising them. Don't worry this should not require any great effort or time. You then need to get joints moving well, which you can do by using self adjustive techniques. Then finally you need to rebalance your pelvis.
Do this and your groin and lower back pain will heal quickly and completely.
However, the first step in removing your pain is not stretching, exercising or even attempting to correct joints. The first vital step is finding what distortion patterns exist in your spine that have allowed your groin and lower back pain to occur.
Finding these patterns allows you to target the areas and remove your pain. It also gives you a set of tools to use to make sure the patterns do not return, hence preventing recurrences of your pain.
What is the best approach to ease your groin and lower back pain?
To get long lasting results you must both remove the symptoms and the cause. First you must identify which spinal imbalances are present, then attack the symptomatic processes. This can be achieved by using many techniques from ice/heat, Acupressure and anti-inflammatory measures. Then you must perform corrective techniques that target the spinal imbalances.
The principles of Spinal Balancing address the both the pain and the root cause of the condition that is responsible for your lower right back pain. Through self assessments, your individual spinal imbalances can be identified, and a targeted corrective program can be developed for your specific needs.
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