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Managing Lower Back And Pelvic Pain

Dealing with lower back and pelvic pain can take a long time to treat. Part of the solution is understanding the pelvic anatomy. Understand that, and you will understand why the pelvic anatomy works. 

I’m of the opinion that a basic understanding of pelvic anatomy is important for everybody to grasp. This is not just for those who suffer with lower back pain, but every adult.

Why? Because pelvic ligament strength and structural bone health, directly determine your spinal column, leg and sciatic capabilities. Said another way, your hip to sacrum bone alignment, bonding ligament strength gradients and over all pelvic structural flexing resistance, determine precisely what your back and legs are able to do. 

For example, you can either get real about how your bodies self support system actually works and address your sub standard bending, lifting and walking capabilities, or slowly shrink and learn how to use a walker, then a wheel chair.  

In my experience over ten years of seeing clients use the Macbac as an exercising platform, for the building of abdominal muscle strength, there is overriding evidence that this form of abdominal muscular exercising, realigns the pelvis. This works to correct ‘bad backs’, hip pain, leg pain and sciatic related issues.

In summary, it lets you work the muscles that keep you self supported and in control of ‘support failure pain’.

My own results are proof of this realignment at work..

The Anatomy of the Pelvis

Male and female pelvic anatomy differs slightly, due to the woman’s body needing to be able to bear children, but the issues of lower back pain is common to both sexes. This is often linked to a combination of abdominal weakness and pelvic misalignment, or mal-alignment.

**A note on the use of the words misalignment and mal-alignment. Their dictionary meanings are as follows..

Misalignment – placed or positioned wrongly or badly

Mal-alignment - displacement, especially of teeth from their normal relation to the line of the dental arch.

Essentially the two words are interchangeable when it comes to discussing pelvic anatomy as they both refer to the hips and sacrum not aligning as they should.

So I am going to use ‘mal-alignments’ for chronic conditions, because evidence suggests that pelvic trauma injuries violently force the pelvic structure into severe forms of adverse alignment.

‘Mis-alignments’ is a good description for work, sport and sedentary caused back pain, essentially because smaller, less violent forces cause the symptoms. For example, excessive lumbar, and/or leg muscular generated forces that sports people are apt to generate, tend to slightly misalign the pelvic structure.

With cabbies, truckies and office workers, it is the sedentary applied forces are prone to force pelvic bones out of proper alignment.

Practical lower back physiology is six sets of muscles working on and inside your pelvis. All six muscle groups, are capable of pulling your hip bones in six different directions. That effect directionally rejuvenates your lower backs stability ligaments.

Directional Pelvic Ligament Strength

Repeatedly working any muscle group, makes those muscles stronger, the associate ligaments and bones comparatively stronger. The same physiological event also applies to the pelvic structures bones, ligament tissues and the six, separate muscle groups that are attached to it.

For example, abdominal muscular generated forces, rejuvenate the structures pelvic ligaments, resistance to inward directional forces.

Similarly, lumber muscular generated forces, rejuvenate the structures pelvic ligaments, resistance to  upward directional forces.

Maximus Gluteus muscular generated forces, rejuvenate the structures pelvic ligaments, resistance to outward directional forces.

Thigh muscular generated forces, rejuvenate the structures pelvic ligaments, resistance to downward directional forces.

Structural stability is determined by the forces generated by all six muscle groups.

However, excessive use of lumber, or thigh muscle groups by athletes, produces back pain symptoms because either muscle group just pulls the hips out of proper alignment.

Depending on the issue at hand, different muscles need to be worked, to do the job of realigning the hips.

How The MacBac Works
With Lower Back And Pelvic Pain

MacBac workouts switch off pain symptoms in minutes.

Working your abdominal muscles inside the MacBac, directly engages them in workouts that pull the hip bones into proper alignment, like that you were born with, but may have lost due to repetitive work actions, sport, a fall or injury of some kind.

Tom McKernan demonstrates the MacBacInventor Tom McKernan demonstrates the MacBac fitting.

The lower back and pelvic pain exercise routines that are possible with a MacBac, provides the abdominals with about double their normal, inward pull force, inside the hip and sacrum framework.

That releases athletes and normal people - ANYONE-  from activity caused back pain. Also, apart from back pain release, associated lower back pain and lower trunk instability pains cease.

Macbac exercise routines tend to produce quick pain relief, because they address the cause.

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