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The Quadratus Lumborum Trigger Points: Masters of Low Back Pain. My journey researching my back injury.

The Quadratus Lumborum Trigger Points: Masters of Low Back Pain. My journey researching my back injury.

I have pinned charts like this before, but this one trumps them all: I love the bars across the bottom which illustrate at a glance the difference between the various lifts.

I have pinned charts like this before, but this one trumps them all: I love the bars across the bottom which illustrate at a glance the difference between the various lifts.

Does your back pain look like the red areas in this picture? There is a muscle called Rectus Abdominis that causes back pain like this. What? A muscle in the front of your body can cause pain in the back? Yes, it can.

Does your back pain look like the red areas in this picture? There is a muscle called Rectus Abdominis that causes back pain like this. What? A muscle in the front of your body can cause pain in the back? Yes, it can.

Front and Inner Thigh Pain | QUADRATUS LUMBORUM: This powerful muscle covers most of the lower back and runs from the lowest rib to the top of the pelvis. Its trigger points tend to send pain downward to the hip and buttock area, though it may also spread to the upper frontal thigh. The trigger point at the blue X in this diagram corresponds with the pain pattern indicated by the blue shading, and the red X produces the pain pattern shown by the red shading

Front and Inner Thigh Pain | QUADRATUS LUMBORUM: This powerful muscle covers most of the lower back and runs from the lowest rib to the top of the pelvis. Its trigger points tend to send pain downward to the hip and buttock area, though it may also spread to the upper frontal thigh. The trigger point at the blue X in this diagram corresponds with the pain pattern indicated by the blue shading, and the red X produces the pain pattern shown by the red shading