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Published: Sep 24, 2012
Dead Butt syndrome strengthening with ice massage, physical therapy
by staff

Dead Butt syndrome strengthening with ice massage, physical therapy. Dead butt syndrome sounds more dramatic than it actually is. The condition is caused by inflammation in the gluteus medius muscles, which play a crucial role in hip and pelvis stability.

If you've been diagnosed with dead butt syndrome, rest assured that you can revitalize your gluteal muscles with consistent exercise. Work with a physical therapist if possible to strengthen your muscles safely and effectively.

Always consult with a doctor or physical therapist before you start doing stretches and exercises to improve dead butt syndrome. Once you have the green light, take it easy with gentle stretches such as side lying hip abductions, which are recommended for gluteus medius tears in "Pathology and Intervention in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation."

To perform side lying abductions, lie on your right side, supporting your head and neck with you arm. Stretch out your legs completely and make sure that your spine is aligned properly. Inhale and, as you exhale, raise your left leg slightly, keeping your knees facing forward and your leg straight. Raise the leg about 1 foot or until you feel your hips begin to tilt, then slowly lower it back to the starting position. Repeat 10 times, then switch to the other side. Go here to read more.

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