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Michael Greenspan, Neuromuscular Therapist in Los Angeles, shows you how radiating pain down the hips, buttocks and legs isn’t from pinched nerves, but from trigger points in the gluteus minimus and medius muscles.

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9 Responses to “Left Hip Pain in Buttocks From Gluteus Muscles!”

  1. Steve

    03. Jul, 2011

    Great stuff!

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  2. Painful2012

    12. Apr, 2012

    Love your videos Mike! So helpful.
    Where can I see how to release glute medius/minimus trigger points??
    Would severe trigger points ever cause muscle twitching??

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    • michael

      13. Apr, 2012

      Hi Jen,
      Glad you find them helpful. I’m working on videos to show how to release specific muscles, such as the glute medius/minimus trigger points. Stay tuned!
      Yes, even moderate trigger points cause muscle twitching, as it’s a typical “classic” response.
      cheers,
      Michael

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    • michael

      13. Apr, 2012

      and make sure to subscribe to my Youtube channel, so you get the video automatically.
      cheers,
      M

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  3. Kinxlee

    08. Dec, 2012

    Michael tanx for d videos, am confused abt what’s wrong with me, I feel numb on my lower leg when I stand and work for long, I also feel pain deep in my buttocks and it radiates down my leg, also I feel lower back pain it’s killing me cos its over 8months, pls what do I do, I have visited a physiotherapist, she has been using electrode for me but I don’t seem to be getting better.

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    • michael

      09. Dec, 2012

      Hi,
      Unfortunately the electrodes don’t release trigger points often at the source of the pain, nor do they fix any muscle imbalances.
      I find only a small percent get out of pain with electrodes.

      Pain deep in your butocks, lower back, and radiating to the leg can be a few different sources:
      trigger points in your gluteal muscles (gluteus maximum, gluteus medius, gluteus medius) often cause lower back, hip, and radiating pain down your leg as you learned in the video. I do suggest getting the “pinky ball” to work your own trigger points, in the products section….it’s your cheapest form of pain relief you’ll find.
      http://getpainfree.tv/back-pain-relief-products/

      Also, the foam roller is great to release the larger gluteal muscles as well.

      Meanwhile, definitely optin and get the free 5 Step to Freedom from Pain video on my homepage http://getpainfree.tv/, as it explains in detail the 5 steps in order that you must follow to get out of pain. It’s often true to form for many chronic pain sufferers, and done out of order, may make it things worse….

      Finally, the postural alignment exercises that are so important to stabilizing and re-aligning the pelvis, so you have a strong, stable, and pain free pelvis, are very important. I’m working on getting these out in videos soon.

      I hope that helps.

      best,
      Michael

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  4. Maki

    30. Apr, 2013

    I do like your advice and I have started doing it and it helps, however, I have a problem of muscel shrinkage on my other parts of the body, which specialist can I visit in my area?

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  5. Joe

    21. Aug, 2013

    What about if hurts on the front of the leg bellow the knee, in the butt and groin to the left side of the hip ?
    Thank you, like your videos.
    Joe

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    • michael

      21. Aug, 2013

      Hey Joe,
      it may be nerve or muscle, hard to know without seeing you. Probably it’s a combo of both.
      the best bet is to do postural alignment exercises that stabilize your pelvis and lumbar region, which increases muscle balance, and reduces inflammation, trigger points, and any nerve impingement. The key is doing the proper exercises…
      if it’s just muscle, the psoas, iliacus, and adductor muscles all cause referred pain to the front of the leg and groin.
      hope that helps.
      Michael

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