Treating Quadratus Femoris - Stuart Hinds
Notes to the Video Above
Pain is felt locally in the posterior pubis and lower gluteal area. Clients typically report with pain that interrupts sleeping and pain that get's worse when walking downstairs.
Be careful to avoid the sciatic nerve, which runs almost midline and is palpable at a thumb width just beneath the gluteal crease.
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