Hip Pain After Running

Stop The Shooting Pain Around Your Hips, Lowe Back & Glutes From Keeping You Up At Night… 

And Holding You Back From Running Long Again

In This Article:

Discover everything you need to know about your condition—from diagnosis to treatment—so you can run pain-free once again.

At first, it might be just tightened muscles on the back of your hips. Or aching soreness in your glutes. But then your muscles became so tight and painful, you can’t walk for more than five minutes without having to bend over or stop and sit down.

At night, the soreness keeps you awake all night. Sometimes, the pain gets so worse, you have to take ibuprofen. And sometimes, you only feel tingling and numbness around the buttocks and down the leg, which can be a sign of nerve damage.

If that sounds like you, chances are you’re one of the thousands of runners who suffer from Piriformis Syndrome.

The Most Common Life-Ruining Condition For Runners

That Can Be Tricky To Overcome…

Most runners gave up running because they couldn’t fully recover no matter what. They often feel hopeless after exhausting all possible treatments, from steroid injections to physical therapy, without any noticeable improvements.

After months of struggling, they gave up entirely.

We understand how frustrating it can be to have your passion hindered by discomfort and pain.

But we're here to tell you: there's still hope.

There’s a simple yet highly effective solution to alleviate your symptoms and get you back to running at 100% again.

Keep reading to discover everything you need to know about Piriformis syndrome—from what causes it to how you can overcome it.

What Is Piriformis Syndrome & Why Is It

So Common Among Runners? 

The piriformis muscle, located deep in the hips, is a tiny yet crucial stabilizing muscle that plays a vital role in running motion.

It helps to rotate the hips outward, keep them level, and stabilize the pelvis while running. This muscle runs from the base of the sacrum, where the base of the spine meets the pelvis, to the top of the femur.

Piriformis syndrome typically develops in two different ways:

For the majority of runners, the cause of piriformis syndrome is the latter.

Of course, it’s not just running that causes this issue. Other sports can cause Piriformis Syndrome, such as hill runs, rock climbing, fencing, HIIT, and cycling.

However, it’s more common in runners, because, as a runner you’re constantly logging miles, and never give the piriformis muscle the time to recover.

So, What Should You Do To Alleviate Your Symptoms &

Recovered Enough To Run Long Again?

Finding the right treatment for Piriformis Syndrome can be a daunting task. You're faced with a dilemma of how to alleviate the pain without causing further damage.



That’s exactly why this new solution exists…

Piriformis Stretcher: The Piriformis Muscle Deep Massager & Stretcher 

The Piriformis Stretcher was created to provide a self-massage tool that specifically targets the issue on the piriformis muscle that causes Piriformis Syndrome.


It solves the problem that no other solutions could achieve:

✅ It provides a deep massage that reaches the piriformis muscle, located deep in the hips

✅ Yet, it’s so gentle you won’t have to worry about causing harm to the sciatic nerve


The knobs of the massage stretcher mimic the fingers of a massage therapist—and it’s designed to target the 14 pressure points that cause pain in the low back, hip, and butt cheek.

And the slope design effectively stretches the muscles to release tight and knotted muscles, restore function, and improve the range of motion.

Strengthens The Core & Correct The Pelvis

In addition to providing relief for lower back and hip pain, the massage stretcher is also effective in strengthening the core and correcting the pelvis. By regularly using this remarkable product, you can strengthen the core that is crucial for maintaining great posture and balance.

Plus, the unique slope design of the massage stretcher is perfect for stretching and lengthening your muscles, which can help to adjust your pelvis alignment and boost overall stability while running.

100% Self-Care Device—Feel Relieved In Just 5-10 Minutes A Day! 

Using the Piriformis Stretcher is incredibly easy. To begin, simply position the product beneath the affected area—whether that be your lower back, hips, or buttocks—and then lean your weight onto it.

By doing so, you can effortlessly stretch and massage the targeted muscle groups, gently massaging away any pain and tension that may be present.

To achieve the best results, we recommend adhering to each part for 5-10 minutes every day.

The consistent use of Piriformis Stretcher can help to alleviate pain and discomfort over time, leaving you feeling refreshed, relaxed, and more energized.

One of the great benefits of the massage stretcher is that it is incredibly versatile and can be used anywhere, anytime. Whether you're at home, in the office, or on the go, simply lay down and start using the product. It's like having your very own personal masseur with you at all times!

Things You Must Avoid To Reduce Your Risk

Of Developing Piriformis Syndrome

Now that you’ve learned how to effectively alleviate your symptoms and recover your piriformis muscle. Once you recovered and get back to running again, there are things you must avoid to reduce your risk of developing piriformis syndrome again.

Running Towards Recovery—The Bottom Line

So, can you really continue running after suffering from Piriformis Syndrome? We definitely think yes!


But keep in mind that when you’re running with Piriformis Syndrome, you must always remember to listen to your body and take rest days as needed. And always consult with a medical professional if your symptoms persist.


As for choosing the right way to alleviate the symptoms and get back to running at 100% again, we hope by now you’ve got the answer!


By using the Piriformis Stretcher and following the strategies mentioned above, you'll be running pain-free again in no time!


Piriformis Stretcher

Massage & Stretch Hip, Buttock, and Lower Back