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Case Study: The Sacrotuberous and Sacrospinous Ligaments As Sources Of Sciatic Pain

“It is well recognized that radiculopathy, usually due to pressure on the dural sleeve of one of the lumbar nerve roots, can be responsible for this pain (Sciatica). On the other hand, ‘sciatica’ is more often due to referred pain from the sacrotuberous ligament” Dorman (1999)   Sacro-illiac ligament referral patterns (Hackett 1958) I re-read this statement after flicking through my notes on “Movement stability and low back pain” by Vleeming et al (Dorman 1999) trying to find solutions to a client’s long standing radicular pain that was not resolving. His primary symptom was radicular pain...

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