Quadratus Lumborum Syndrome
Spine

Quadratus Lumborum Syndrome

It is the deepest muscle of the lumbar region. Extends from pelvis to last rib. It contracts while sitting, walking, and standing and is therefore very susceptible to pain formation.

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Maigne’s Syndrome
Spine

Maigne’s Syndrome

Maigne’s syndrome is a low back disorder that affects the area of the spine that connects the lumbar and thoracic regions (the thoracolumbar junction). Named after the French doctor, Robert

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Ischial bursitis
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Ischial Bursitis

Ischial bursitis, also known as Ischiogluteal bursitis, Weaver’s bottom, or Tailor’s bottom is a rare and infrequently recognized bursitis of the buttock region. It’s one of the four types of

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Facet-Arthritis
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Facet Arthritis

Facet joint syndrome is an arthritis-like condition of the spine that can be a significant source of back and neck pain. It is caused by degenerative changes to the joints

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Disc Herniation Q&A

What is disc herniation? Disc herniation happens when a spinal disc (one of the cushions between your spinal vertebrae) develops a tear within its annular tissue (the tough outer layer).

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