If you have a job that requires you to sit for eight hours or more, you’re at a high risk of developing piriformis syndrome. Piriformis syndrome is a condition that affects the large muscle on both sides of your buttocks. Persistent pressure on the piriformis muscle stresses it out and leads to pain in your rear end that radiates down to your legs and up to the lower back. While you may not switch jobs, you can learn ways to prevent piriformis syndrome and reduce your risk. When you seek treatment from the pain management experts at Redefine Healthcare, your recovery includes instructions for managing this condition. Schedule a consultation today.
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Piriformis syndrome develops when the piriformis muscle, located in your buttocks near the hip joint, compresses the sciatic nerve that runs from your lower back down your leg. This compression occurs due to spasming or contracting the piriformis muscles or from injury and swelling.
Piriformis syndrome develops gradually, usually because of repetitive movements like sitting for long periods or working a job that continuously requires twisting, bending, or lifting heavy loads.
Bone spurs and herniated discs in your spine can lead to the condition, as well as obesity and diabetes. It can also develop after a traumatic event, such as a car accident or sports injury.
Piriformis syndrome can be extremely painful and interfere with your daily activities if you don’t properly treat it.Symptoms of the condition include:
Because the symptoms are similar to other conditions like a pinched nerve or myofascial pain syndrome , you need to rely on the expertise of your pain management doctors at Redefine Healthcare . Get an accurate diagnosis so that you receive the most appropriate treatment for piriformis syndrome. If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms or any level of back pain , visit one of the four Redefine Healthcare locations in northern New Jersey.
Treatment options for piriformis syndrome usually begin with the least invasive procedure, such as:
The aim of your doctor is always to reduce pain while getting to the root of the pain. But preventing future occurrences of the condition helps keep you healthy and active.
Ways to prevent future piriformis muscle injury include:
Pain management allows you to live your best life. If you’re suffering from piriformis muscle pain, contact your doctor at Redefine Healthcare to schedule a consultation and get therapy underway.
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