Stretch Your Hamstrings (6/6)

Sometimes we don’t always recognize the ways in which parts of our bodies are connected. One such example is the connection between our lower back muscles and our hamstring muscles in the backs of our thighs. If your hamstring muscles and your back are tight, this will lead to additional stress on the sacroiliac joints, which can cause additional pain. Gentle hamstring exercises should be performed twice daily to avoid tightness.

Written by Dr. David Jenkins

Dr. David Jenkins is owner and chiropractor at Seminole Chiropractic Center in Casselberry, Florida, and has over 10 years experience serving others through Chiropractic care.

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