Many programs claim they have exercises to stop sciatica and back pain. But, when you begin to strip away the core elements of their programs, the exercises tend to be generic, nonspecific activities that are both taught and performed wrong.
It is estimated that over 60% of women will experience sciatica and/or back pain during or after sexual activity. The typical exercises prescribed tend to be the general, nonspecific exercises that do nothing to address the underlying cause of a woman’s symptoms, keeping her sexually sidelined and her partner frustrated.
There are many reasons why a woman will experience sciatica and back pain during sexual activity. Most of these reasons are well outside of my expertise. However, I am well qualified to comment on mechanical dysfunction of the pelvis - specifically sacroiliac joint dysfunction - as a potential cause of pain with sexual activity.
To that end, I put together a short video for you where I discuss two exercises that may help reduce or eliminate sciatica and back pain during or after sexual intercourse. i hope you find it helpful.
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Dedicated to Erasing your Back Pain,
Malton A. Schexneider, PT, MMSc
The Back Pain Expert