The Gluteals and Their Link to Low-Back Pain

by Christine Romani-Ruby, MPT, ATC

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Over 95% of adults will experience low-back pain at some time in their life. For many, the length and strength of the gluteal musculature can be a contributing factor and the reason that the back pain persists. In this workshop, we will identify shortness and weakness through Pilates movements and then use those movements to build muscle balance.

Video Chapters

1. The Gluteals and How They Contribute to Low-Back Pain
2. The Impersonators and Identifying Gluteal Dysfunction
3. Exercises

About the Presenter

Christine Romani-Ruby, MPT, ATC

Christine Romani-Ruby, MPT, ATC IDEA Author/Presenter

Christine Romani-Ruby, MPT, ATC, is a licensed physical therapist and a Pilates Method Alliance gold-certified Pilates instructor. She is an associate professor in the exercise science program at Cali...