Piriformis & Gluteal Stretches
The piriformis is a muscle located under your gluteal muscles. When this muscle becomes tight or spasms it is responsible for compressing the sciatic nerve and sending pain, tingles, and numbness to the buttocks and down the leg. These stretches are designed to help stretch your piriformis and gluteal muscles.
Cervical & Neck Stretches
Cervical stretches is perfect for flexibility and strength to help expand range of motion and elasticity to affected joints and relieves stiffness. These exercises also help maintain improved posture that will eliminate recurrent flare-ups.
Flexible shoulders increase your strength and also decrease the amount of load that your bones, ligaments, and joints have to bear. Shoulder flexibility is a crucial part of your body and most exercise regimes have a set of isolated stretches targeting the shoulders in particular. these exercises help target the right muscles and ligaments and help produce the correct flexibility needed.
The hip flexors are a group of muscles including muscles both of the hips and upper thighs. Your hip flexors move your knee to your chest and move your leg from side to side and front to back. Due to our daily activities of sitting, our hip flexors tend to tighten and are prone to injury. These stretches help strengthen these muscles and create the proper flexibility necessary.
The trapezius is a broad muscle that is responsible for raising, lowering, and pinching the shoulder blades. When you have muscle spasms it can cause stiffness, pain, weakness, and tingling in your trap/neck region.