The Clinical Significance of the Sacrotuberous Ligament

Lumbopelvic Pain (Part Four)

  To be a master clinician you must become proficient in clinical anatomy, striving to unlock the mysteries of anatomy, optimum human function, and sources of dysfunction. Over...

Skinny Jeans Syndrome

Lumbo-Pelvic Pain (Part Three)

Meralgia paresthetica (MP) is a sensory mononeuropathy which can produce pain or paresthesia of the anterior-lateral thigh. Normally it is the result of a focal entrapment of...

Cluneal Nerve

Cluneal Nerve Entrapment

Lumbo-Pelvic Pain (part two)

 

Figure 1. In the first article of this series I discussed Maigne’s syndrome (AKA thoracolumbar junction syndrome) as a potential source of lumbo-pelvic pain. This...