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Tennis Ball: Small of Back (Quadratus Lumborum) - YouTube

Dr. Joe Jaime explains a myofascial release technique (MRT) for the small of your lower back (quadratus lumborum or "QL") using a tennis ball. Myofascia refe...

Quadratus Lumborum Release - Laurens Fitness

We talk a lot on Laurens Fitness about using a tennis ball to release trigger points and help muscle pain. The QL can be reached with a tennis ball, and this video explains where you will need to place the ball. You can be against a wall or lying on your back.

4 Ways to Stretch and Release Your QUADRATUS LUMBORUM (QL ...

Grab your favorite tennis ball or lacrosse ball. Lay on your back and place one leg on the wall, so your knee creates a 90-degree angle. Keep the other leg fully extended. *We're bending the knee, so our low back stays flat on the ground and helps us get enough pressure on the QL! Place the ball on the QL. Now roll towards that side a little bit.

QL Soft Tissue Release with One Tennis Ball (Trigger Point ...

Use tennis balls, trigger point balls or hockey balls to mobilise and release the soft tissues in the Quadratus Lumborum in the lower back. Doing so can help...

3 Quadratus Lumborum Stretches & Pain Release Technique ...

How To Release QL Tightness. Grab a massage ball (A tennis ball works too!). Find the quadratus lumborum muscle. (I already covered how to find and release the QL muscle here. Below is a quick summary) You can do this by standing straight, placing your hands around the back of your hips…

Effective Quadratus Lumborum Pain Release Technique - Coach ...

The quadratus lumborum is a deep abdominal muscle that can trigger intense lower back pain. If you’ve tried to stretch this muscle and that didn’t work, I want to show you a great self-myofascial release technique to release it. Keep in mind, pain originating from the quadratus lumborum (ql muscle) can travel down the hips and glutes as well.

Quadratus Lumborum Release Techniques

The Top 3 Techniques For Quadratus Lumborum Release. The quadratus lumborum muscle (QL) is located in the lower back on both sides of the spine. Due to its attachments and actions on the spine, the QL is often associated with conditions of lower back, pelvis, and hip pain. If during pelvic assessment a hip-hike and/or excessive anterior pelvic tilt is found, then targeted quadratus lumborum release techniques can be applied.

Pain from Trigger Points in the Quadratus Lumborum

The QL can be very hard to release yourself, but you can use a tennis ball to release the more superficial trigger points. The deep points may require more of a skilled hand (see your physical therapist). Stretching can be helpful in some instances, but overstretching can actually cause the muscle to tighten up even more.