What is piriformis syndrome?
Piriformis syndrome is a condition when the piriformis muscle located deep in the buttock compresses and irritates the sciatic nerve due to a tightening or swelling of the piriformis in response to injury or spasm. Piriformis syndrome symptoms are: Initially tingling and numbness in the buttocks radiating half way down the back of leg which can develop into buttock pain with pain in back of leg and sometimes lower back pain, increased with walking upstairs and prolonged sitting, and reduced hip range of motion.
Piriformis syndrome treatment
Your physiotherapist will physically assess & test for piriformis syndrome, use hands on physiotherapy, shockwave therapy, dry needling and taping. Prescribe piriformis syndrome exercises and stretches for piriformis via our exercise prescription software Salaso to help with your piriformis pain. Prescribe orthotics, kinesiology tape, foam roller and resistance bands.
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