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Do You Have Lower Back Pain? Is Your Hip Joint Stiff?

The relationship between hip joints and lower back pain is highly intertwined, to the extent that it’s called hip-spine syndrome, making them mutually influential and prone to injury. The hip joint has a high degree of freedom of movement, not only in the front and back but also in twisting motions. While its shape is similar to the shoulder joint, there’s one crucial difference. Since humans walk on two legs, the shoulders don’t bear as much weight. Consequently, the shoulder joint prioritizes mobility, while the hip joint has a shape that prioritizes stability. Therefore, the hip joint tends to lose flexibility sooner than the shoulder, and as the hip joint stiffens, the burden on the lower back increases.

Over time, this can worsen into conditions such as lumbar disc herniation, spinal stenosis, and spondylolisthesis, manifesting symptoms beyond pain, such as numbness or paralysis.

The main cause of the loss of flexibility is primarily the misalignment of the spine due to muscle fatigue. To address this, both fatigue and misalignment must be corrected to enhance the body’s recovery ability.

If there are no abnormalities in bones or nerves and you are experiencing only lower back pain, now is the chance to take action. If your body signals an alarm in the form of lower back pain, early intervention can help your health last longer.

At Handless Seitai, by addressing muscle fatigue and spinal misalignment, we aim to improve pain at its root. We strive to reset various discomforts within the necessary timeframe for each individual, enabling you to lead a longer, healthier, and more fulfilling life.

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