1. Free Lower Back Pain
  2. Activity Based Back Pain
  3. Hips and Lower Back Pain

How The Hips And Lower Back Pain Are Related

The hips and lower back pain are inextricably linked. Related lower back instability increases as abdominal muscular strength diminishes and people often unintentionally abuse their hip alignment, through activities. 

Whilst hip mal alignments caused by activities, are similar to pelvic trauma caused mal-alignments, activity caused tends to remain a localised pain condition that responds to multiple treatments.

Trauma injury caused mal-alignment, can produce neck, back, disc, pelvic, leg socket, sciatic and adverse leg length conditions, that tend to be permanent and worsen as the persons core strength degenerates. .

Case Study: Simon Sheridan
I've used the MacBac for 6 weeks and retrained my posture alignment and strengthened my core musculature.

 

The Effect Of Activity On Hips And Lower Back Pain

It's easy to assume that pelvic trauma, must involve a heavy blow such as with a car accident or colliding with the ground.

However pelvic trauma can also be the result of repetitive activity over time, as it develops into lower back pain and multiple other symptoms.

Sketch of man sitting on straight chairHips and lower back pain
from activity-based Pelvic Trauma

This can be as simple as sitting at a desk repetitively or driving a taxi.  Or it could be the repetitive highly physical activity of a sports person.

So how does this work and how does the MacBack contribute to resolving the problem. 

First, remember that the lower back is a force responsive structure that flexes. It needs to flex because that’s how the bonding ligament tissues strengthen and it is the bonding ligament strength that determines the stability of the lower back region.

The stability of your lower back determines how easy, or how difficult it is to experience back pain.

For example, people with core strength gradients below 35 kilograms easily experience back pain symptoms. People with core strength gradients above 35 kilograms find it difficult to experience back pain. People with core strength gradients above 100 kilograms may find it impossible to experience back pain symptoms.

You may know about this, as one of the vague health descriptions that abound in the explanations of core strength. 

 However, Macbac Core is another product we are developing and we expect it to scientifically standardize core strength measurements. 

During the initial tests with Macbac Core, my core strength gradient fell by 34%, in twenty four hours. Having a cold on Tuesday, resulted in my core strength diminishing from 105 Kilograms on Monday, to 70 Kilograms on Tuesday.  

Imagine the value of being able to measure such a thing for elite athletes! Instant measurement of core strength can define the difference of the fittest team for a day's play. 

Adversely Applied Force (AAF), causes back pain in taxi and truck drivers, road racing cyclists, sedentary office workers and audiences that sit for far to long a time. Further examples are athletes, labourers and people that lift real heavy weights.

Odd as it may seem, both groups of people cause their back pain, when subjecting their lower trunk to forces that exceed the stability holding strength of their abdominals. Adversely Applied Force stretching ligament tissue, resulting is small mal-alignment of the hips, is the distinctive factor. 

Consider the forces that defy the bonding ligaments holding strength, of a baseball pitchers hips. All the muscular forces generated to pitch a sizzler, equally apply to pulling his hip bones upwardly. Huge retractile forces, generated by the lumber muscles, pull the hips and spinal column toward each other.

Whatever force is applied to pitch a bobby dazzler, equally applies to pulling the hips upwardly. If that is hard to grasp, imagine the force your back would feel, if that ball collided with your lower back? This force would be slightly less than the forces generated between the pitchers hips and spinal vertebrae.

As you know, equal and opposite forces must exist, to produce motion. Therefore, the same force that causes downward spinal motion, presents an equal upward pull-force to the hips.

Hopefully, this example explains activity caused back pain symptoms, as being the result of ADVERSELY APPLIED FORCE.

Sedentary workers experience similar activity back pain symptoms, by being seated for excessive time. An upward push force, applied from below the hips, over extend time, mal-aligns the hips. Body weight Adversely Applied Force hurts people with sedentary type jobs. Truck drivers, taxi drivers, pilots and office staff, cause their back pain by allowing their hips to be subjected to excessive upward directional force. Eventually, the hips move into a mal-alignment and back pain begins

Pelvic trauma Injuries and the relationship to a range of chronic conditions

Chronic back pain, crooked gait, sciatic pain, hip pain, leg socket pain, neck pain, disproportionate compression of l5-s1 disc, adverse spinal curvature and chronic distress, are all symptoms of chronic pelvic mal-alignment.

Chronic pelvic mal-alignment itself is caused by severe force, or forces. Natural flexing actions that the hips and sacrum bones normally perform, in response to absorbing the forces generated by six separate muscle groups,  cannot occur.

Bent over people, crooked gait people, adverse spinal curvature people, one short leg people display the effects of chronic pelvic mal-alignment everyday. Chronic pelvic mal-alignments make pain and these symptoms become very severe as each effected persons core strength degenerates.   

In each case, the cause is Pelvic Trauma Injury (PTI), which means the hips have been severely knocked out of proper alignment and they have not returned to proper placement.

Pelvic Trauma Injury Does Not Have To Be Dramatic

PTI can be exercised into proper pelvic alignment, at least 90% of the time, reducing hips and lower back pain..

If you are one of the millions of people with PTI damaged hips and chronic pain symptoms, Macbac Remedial exercise routines provide a 70% success rate to live without chronic pain. Additional exercise routines that involve the lumber and thigh muscle groups, raise the success rate a further 20%.

These figures are based upon people that had chronic conditions and exercised their way into proper hip and sacrum plate alignment. 

However, it is impossible for me to know that just restoring proper alignment of your hips, will completely eliminate all of the symptoms mentioned above. Sadly, this exercise remedial procedure has failed to completely cure all of the Macbac Remedial users, chronic health conditions.

Perhaps the success numbers will increase, as professionals investigate my findings to find more benefits and procedures.

As matters stand currently, the Macbac Remedial exercise routines are the first part of fixing PTI mal-aligned hips. Restoring proper spinal curvature, proper clearance for the sciatic nerves, proper gait, proper compression of l5-s1m disc and more incurable ‘conditions’, followed fixing of PTI.

How The MacBac Helps Resolve Activity Based Pelvic Trauma

Exercising your abdominals against the Macbac plates, strengthens these muscles.

As the abdominal strength gradients increase, larger inward pulling forces are generated between the hip bones, during each exercise routine. Eventually, mal-aligned hip and sacrum bones respond to the increasing inward pull forces, by shifting inwardly. This event results in a 70% success rate and comes with the best stabilising muscles as well as relieving hips and lower back pain.

Related Case Studies

Chronic Back Pain Treatment With The MacBac Remedial

Case Study 1: Chronic Neck Condition.

Aaron McDonald’s pelvic trauma  transmitted to symptoms in his neck. Watch his video testimonial to see the difference the MacBac Remedial made.

Case Study 2: Chronic Lower Back Pain.

Sean Barry experienced 13 years of back pain due to work in industrial construction. 20 minutes and the pain was gone. More...

Case Study 3: Crooked Gait.
Wendy Woodridge's 
pelvic trauma manifested as back and hip problems for over 4 years. More...

Explore my MacBac Case Studies and discover how pelvic trauma from every-day activity has changed lives for the better.

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