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Subject:

Re: Creatine/Hamstrings

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"Chris Giles" <[log in to unmask]>

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Date:

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Torje - thanks, that's really interesting. What is the best method to 
stretch the Piriformis?

> The biceps femoris has an interesting nerve supply. The two heads are
> supplied by different parts of the sciatic nerve. The Long head is supplied
> by the Tibial nerve and the Short head by the Common Peroneal nerve. Have
> you checked the possibility of a Piriformis syndrome as a cause of the
> problem? A fairly common anatomical variation is the penetration of  the
> Piriformis by the Common Peroneal part of the Sciatic nerve; if the
> Piriformis is 'tight', it might lead to minor irritation of the Common
> Peroneal nerve and subsequent conductive 'problems' in the Short Head of
> Biceps Femoris. 
> 
Also, for those interested in looking deeper, I picked the following up 
from the Sportscience mailing list:

> From: "Tobias Sundberg" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Piriformis and hip musculature
> Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2000 12:48:44 +0100
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> 
> Dear listmembers,
> 
> Thanks to everyone responding to my question on the functional anatomy of
> the piriformis. Unfortunately some information was lost due to computer
> hard ware failure, but here are most of the references I received related
> to this interesting topic. Enjoy. 
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Tobias
> 
> PS. Anyone having additional resources please post them to the list.
> Thanks.
> 
> ----------------------------------
> Tobias Sundberg
> [log in to unmask]
> ----------------------------------
> 
> 
> Articles:
> 
> Delp SL, Hess WE, Hungerford DS, Jones LC. Variation of rotation moment
> arms with hip flexion. J Biomech 1999;32(5):493-501.
> 
> Skyrme AD, Cahill DJ, Marsh HP, Ellis H. Psoas major and its controversial
> rotational action. Clin Anat 1999;12(4):264-5.
> 
> Reimann R, Sodia F, Klug F. Controversial rotation function of certain
> muscles in the hip joint. Anat Anz 1996;178(4):353-9.
> 
> Barton PM. Piriformis syndrome: a rational approach to management. Pain
> 1991;47(3):345-52.
> 
> Julsrud ME. Piriformis syndrome. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 1989;79(3):128-31.
> 
> Dostal WF, Andrews JG. A three-dimensional biomechanical model of hip
> musculature. J Biomech 1981;14(11):803-12.
> 
> Books:
> 
> Travell & Simons: Myofascial Pain & Dysfunction Trigger Point Manual.
> 
> Laughlin: Overcome neck & back pain.
> 
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