Re: Sciatic and Pirriformis

Just take it slow...do only 5 minutes and see how you feel, then increase it 5 minutes every day. ..continue to do your stretches. Have you ever though of maybe taking up swimming? That would take the pressure off your spine during the activity.
You may have been overdoing it a bit. Did you see a doc? Sometimes folks that overdo exercise they get hairline fractures. Just let pain be your guide...if it hurts don't do it.

Posted By M Scott PT on July 04, 2007 at 10:17:59:

In Reply to: Sciatic and Pirriformis posted by manu on June 22, 2007 at 23:10:26:

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