Pain in the Low Back or Buttocks when Bending or Sitting?Print
When you "throw your back out" everything in your life can suddenly be put on hold. Low back pain costs Americans over $50 billion each year and is the most common cause of job-related disability (National Institute of Neurological Disorders 2008). In this issue, we highlight a muscle which plays a major role in low back/buttock pain and injury, especially from bending over or sitting - the Gluteus Maximus
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