Sprains of the Lumbosacral Ligament

An injury to the lumbosacral joint when the joint is carried through a range of motion greater than normal, but without dislocation or fracture.

  • Pain in the low back
  • Swelling in the low back
  • Loss of ROM in the low back
  • Muscle fatigue
  • Muscle imbalance
  • Excessive loads
  • Poor lifting postures
  • Awkward lifting
  • Sports injuries
  • Motor vehicle accident
  • ROM and stretching
  • Soft tissue massage
  • Core stabilization exercises
  • Lower extremity strengthening
  • Posture program
Sprains of the Lumbosacral Ligament Phase I

Purchase Phase

  • Adductor Straddle
  • Passive Hip Flexion
  • Lotus
  • Prone Thomas Stretch
  • Kneeling Hip Flexor
  • Side Lying Hip Abduction At Wall
  • Hip IR ER Rotation With T-band
  • Prone Hip Extension Adduction Abduction T Band
  • Bridges
  • Child Pose

Sprains of the Lumbosacral Ligament Phase II

Purchase Phase

  • Gait II
  • Bridge Marching
  • Sit Up Squat
  • Step Ups
  • Step Overs
  • Step Downs

Sprains of the Lumbosacral Ligament Phase III

Purchase Phase

  • Bridge Marching
  • Glute Med Wall Sit
  • Step Overs In Mase
  • Single Leg Squat And Touch
  • T Band Defensive Slides
  • Speed Skaters
  • Lunge Walk Med Ball Rotation
  • 3-Dot Squat 2 Hands