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How To Treat Buttock Pain with Proven Natural Herbal Remedies

Buttock pain may be the result of pain radiating from another area, such as commonly seen in sciatica, herniated discs, sacroiliac joint injury, and hip arthritis. Bruising and muscle strains are also common causes of buttock pain. In elderly individuals, the discs located in the lower buttock may become weaker and worn down. As this occurs, the cushioning provided by the discs becomes less effective and the spinal bone can begin to rub against each other causing buttock pain.

Get fast pain relief and healing with proven herbal remedies by following our treatment guide based on if you have Inflammatory Stage or Regeneration Stage Symptoms.


INFLAMMATORY STAGE SYMPTOMS AND HERBAL REMEDIES TREATMENT

The inflammatory stage starts the moment an injury occurs and lasts until the swelling and inflammation are gone. The swelling is the result of the blockage of blood, tissue fluids and circulation in the buttock because their normal movement has been disrupted by the force of the injury. Just like cars buttock up behind a traffic jam, causing congestion, exhaust and overheating; blood and fluids buttock up behind the injured buttock, causing pain, inflammation, lumps and swelling.

The sensation of heat is due to the warming action of the blood and fluids overheating in the injured buttock as they back up and accumulate. Stiffness and decreased mobility are due to spasms in tendons and ligaments that have contracted reflexively beyond their normal range from the impact of the injury.

As ligaments and tendons stretch and tear, blood from ruptured blood vessels becomes trapped in the local tissues. As the trapped blood clots up, it sticks the tissues together creating adhesions. Adhesions cause pain, inflammation and restricted movement because the layers of tissue that used to slide smoothly across one another now adhere and snap which interferes with normal functioning. It is essential to break up clotted blood as quickly as possible to prevent adhesions and scar tissue from forming.

During the inflammatory stage it is very important to restore normal circulation to the buttock, break up clotted blood and stagnant fluids, reduce swelling, and reduce the redness and heat associated with inflammation. By restoring the flow of blood, fluids, and circulation in the buttock, then pain is relieved, damaged tissues can regenerate with healthy functional tissue, and the buttock can strengthen and regain its mobility.

1. Massage your buttock with Bruise Relief Liniment to relieve pain and bruising, reduce swelling and inflammation, break up clotted blood and stagnant fluids, and stimulate circulation of blood and fluids to help cells quickly repair damaged tissues. Ice Substitute Poultice can be used in-between applications.


2. The Muscle Therapy Massage Oil is recommended for use before and after exercise, sports and strenuous activity. It penetrates the muscle layers to bring heat deep into muscle tissues, relieve soreness, increase circulation, and improve flexibility in muscles and joints.


REGENERATION STAGE SYMPTOMS AND HERBAL REMEDIES TREATMENT

The regeneration stage begins once the swelling and inflammation are gone, but you still feel aching pain and stiffness. This is because there are still accumulations of stagnant blood and fluids in your buttock that are blocking circulation and blood supply to damaged tissues, creating residual pain, stiffness and weakness. You may actually feel hard nodules like sand in the tissue, indicating accumulation, calcification, and adhesions, which all cause pain, stiffness, and joint instability.

Your buttock may feel more sensitive to the cold and ache in cold and damp weather due to impaired circulation. When you move your buttock you may hear a clicking or popping sound from the tendons and ligaments slipping very slightly in and out of their natural alignment indicating weakness and joint instability, causing chronic pain and a cycle of reinjury. These symptoms are often the result of the buttock not receiving the proper treatment from the outset and over-icing.

Increasing circulation and blood supply to the damaged tissues is vital in treating chronic injuries because tendons and ligaments do not have an extensive direct supply of blood. That is why chronic injuries can be slow to heal. Increasing local circulation also prevents cold and dampness from penetrating the injured area, preventing pain and stiffness.

During the regeneration stage it is very important to break up remaining accumulations of blood and fluids, and increase circulation and blood supply to the damaged tissues. By increasing circulation and blood flow in the buttock, then pain and stiffness is relieved, and the tendons and ligaments can strengthen to restore stability.

1. Massage your buttock with Pain Relief Liniment to relieve pain and stiffness, strongly stimulate circulation and blood flow to damaged tissues, and promote the healing of overstretched tendons and ligaments. The Tendon and Ligament Poultice can be used in-between applications.


2. The Muscle Therapy Massage Oil is recommended for use before and after exercise, sports and strenuous activity. It penetrates the muscle layers to bring heat deep into muscle tissues, relieve soreness, increase circulation, and improve flexibility in muscles and joints.

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