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Piriformis, Here I Come: Pain and Glory by Will Run For Glitter Posted Tue 07 Feb 2012 8:14pm How could anyone in their right mind resist a morning like this? It’s not my fault really, I was lured by sunshine pouring through the buildings. Naturally, I didn’t heed my advice from Monday. I went running on Tuesday morning, throwing on my glittery ear warmers and heading out into the morning air with far too many layers on for the ... Read on »
A Pain in Your Foot or a Pain in Your Piriformis – What You Need to Know About Sciatica by ACT Wellness Center Posted Thu 16 Dec 2010 3:20pm Sciatica pain can come in many forms; usually it’s associated with a pain in one side of your buttocks.  Typically, the pain is constant. The pain travels down one leg and gets worse when you sit; sometimes it can travel down the back of your leg all the way to the sole of your foot.  The feeling can vary from burning, tingling, prickling and/o ... Read on »
Piriformis Syndrome: A Literal Pain in the Butt by Kristin @ Every Day Is Run Day Posted Thu 12 Sep 2013 11:03am First of all, thank you for the kind, supportive comments on my last post. Dropping from a race is never fun and certainly not something any of us set out to do. But, shit happens. I am 100% positive it was the right move and once I accepted that, I got over feeling sorry for myself pretty quickly. On the car ride home from the race I wa ... Read on »
Piriformis Syndrome: How to detect it and strengthening and stretching programs to help you heal by runnersconnect Posted Fri 10 Jan 2014 6:00am Pain associated with piriformis syndrome most often follows the borders of the piriformis muscle (red) The piriformis is a small, relatively short, and little-known muscle buried deep within the muscle tissue in your hips. In each hip, it runs from the back of your pelvis to the top of your femur. Because of its unique positioning, th ... Read on »
Back Pain and Sciatica - Evaluating Your Options by Braxton P. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:14pm You’ve been hurting for months. You can’t stay on your feet for more than a few minutes. It hurts to sit for too long. Recently you can’t get a good night’s sleep because you just can’t get comfortable. The painkillers aren’t working, and you’re starting to think seriously about back surgery. But after all the expense, rehabilitation and risk, wi ... Read on »
Run Well! : Piriformis Syndrome by Amy H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 26 Aug 2009 10:14pm We are excited to kick off a new series in partnership with Sports Injury Clinic.    This site has been a well used site by me over the last year as I have worked through various injuries.  It provides the right amount of detail about the injury and tips on treatment as well.   And while we hope you don' t have ... Read on »
Running With Aches, Pains, and Injuries by Stephanie Anne Posted Wed 24 Aug 2011 8:00am Today's guest post is from Wells L @ My Story... Chapter 2 ! She is constantly battling every running injury I could imagine, but pushes through each one to continue racing 5Ks & Half Marathons. I asked her to share a little about her injuries with you. Be sure to check her blog out HERE! Running with Aches, Pains, and Injuries: ... Read on »
Back Pain Relief – the best muscles to stretch by Dr. Graeme T. Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Sun 02 Nov 2008 11:44am Back pain relief is a simple process, one of the essential elements is to stretch. Which muscles should you stretch to gain the relief you want and need? There are certain muscles that cause back pain. Stretch these and back pain will ease, remember though stretching is only about a third of your back pain relief regime. You still need to a ... Read on »
Your Daily Piriformis Syndrome Management Check List by Will Run For Glitter Posted Fri 29 Mar 2013 8:56am Some days, I run. Some weeks, I run. Some months, I run. Like over the last two weeks, I’ve run nearly every day — from the west side highway, to the East River, to Central Park and Soho (exhale, it’s been way too long since I’ve been able to say that). While consistent, my running habits haven’t exactly been concrete throughout ... Read on »