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Your glutes may be to blame.
Gluteus Medius/Minimus syndrome is a pain syndrome due to repetitive microtrauma to these muscles from:
Running on soft surfaces.
Overuse of exercise equipment.
Other repetitive activities that require hip abduction.
Other causes include:
Poor posture while sitting at a computer keyboard or while watching television.
Previous injuries to the same area.
Primary pain is often experienced along the posterior iliac crest that is referred down the buttocks across the
sacroiliac joint and into the posterior lower extremity.
Try this trigger point release maneuver (below) for your potential glutes medius/minimus syndrome and make it a great day!
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