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Connection between testicle pain (and pelvic pain in women) and low back pain + best single technique for pain relief

 

 

Low back pain can be debilitating. If you’re a man and you also have testicle pain or a feeling of restriction/pulling in the groin region…then the adductors could be the major player in your pain pattern. If you’re a woman, you could have pelvic pain stemming from restricted fascia in your high adductors. Male and female clients of mine alike often hold tension here related to emotional trauma or stress regarding sexual trauma, sexual identity and/or a lack of self-respect, self-confidence or self-love. 

I want to stress that it’s critical, if you’re determined to find the ROOT cause of your low back pain or testicle/pelvic pain and not simply manage your it, that you must find out where your imbalances are. For example, you can’t just release one or both adductors and expect your back pain to disappear in mere seconds. It might, depending on your unique body and what’s going on with your fascial system. For most people, it’s a combination of imbalances left to right in the quads, hip flexors, adductors and hamstrings causing a pelvic imbalance. For the pain to go away permanently, you have to find and correct those imbalances. And sometimes, this means finding the root cause in your daily habits, sports, activities and maybe even looking at your stress levels and emotional life. 

In the video above, I’m demonstrating how fast pain relief can happen using an incredibly powerful (and ummm…intense) Kinetix technique. Kinetix is the method of partner fascial release I’ve been developing and refining since 2008. If you’re interested in learning Kinetix – whether you want to learn with a partner at home or if you’re professional interested in becoming a Practitioner – click here and check out our online Kinetix partner course (or get on our waitlist if registration is currently closed).

To get relief for testicle, pelvic or low back pain that might have this adductor fascia component, try the below video to release your adductor fascia using a basketball:

 

 

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2 Comments

  • Connie says:

    Elisha, I have all the pains and restrictions you have mentioned, in fact I had been releasing my glutes and adductors with baseballs which I haven’t really been able to reach all the areas needing release. I don’t have a basket ball around but will buy one tomorrow, I am so excited to have run into your website and can’t wait to try your techniques. Thank you Thank you Thank you!!

    • Hi Connie – let me know what happens when you try the basketball! It’ll be a lot more effective for the adductors than the baseball. If I could offer ONE piece of advice, it would be to STOP releasing your glutes with the baseball. It’s so tempting to release the area causing you pain or that feels so tight, but in my experience this will almost always cause a huge delay in progress for people with low back or hip pain because your glutes are not the problem. If they’re tight, it’s because they’re a symptom of an imbalance and your body’s best attempt to create stability…but releasing them will only cause your brain to freak out even more and tighten them up MORE. I recommend going after your adductors, quads and hamstrings. Good luck!

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