Lumbo Pelvic Dysfunction

There are many reasons for Lumbo Pelvic pain. The therapists at CTPT have had many hours of continuing education related to the evaluation and treatment of these dysfunctions.


Pain located in the lower back, pelvis, gluteals and/or hip areas.

Symptoms may include:

  1. Intermittent Sharp Pain and/or Dull Constant Ache or Pain in the Low Back or Legs
  2. Inability to Stand Upright
  3. Decreased Flexion and Extension of the Lumbar Spine
  4. Shooting Pains
  5. Numbness and Weakness in the Legs

Treatment Options

  • Soft Tissue Mobilization to Decrease Muscular and Fascial Adhesions
  • Muscle Energy to Realign Pelvis and Lumbosacral Spine
  • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation to Re-educate Neuromuscular Control
  • Neural Mobilization to Regain Neural Mobility and Decrease Radicular Symptoms
  • Core Stabilization
  • Put Emphasis on Abdominal Strength, Posture, Body Mechanics, and Flexibility
  • Heat or Ice Modalities
  • Education in Body Mechanics and Ergonomics

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