Okay so i've been lurking on these forums and ive actually posted threads pertaining to this issue before. I've actually been suffering from hip pain from squats or squat like movements(tyre flipping etc) since about 2 months ago. I've been experiencing a deep sharp-like pain when i go heavy on squats, but the pain isnt that pronounced when im doing bodyweight squats.
The pain usually happens during the concentric motion of the squat, when im trying to squat out of the hole. But the pain doesnt rly show up in deadlifts.
Here is the link to my prev thread that i posted on, regarding the same injury
However, in the past i didnt really know what the problem was, whether it was a muscular imbalance or a joint issue, so i visited an osteopath today and after a good thorough 30 mins of checks, she diagnosed me as having Anterior Pelvic Tilt.
She said that my hip flexor strain was being exacerbated by the lack of mobility in the lower back region and also due to the anterior pelvic tilt.
She recommended me to stay off squats completely and focus on mobility stretches for my lower back. So my question is, what other stretches can i do for lower back mobility and to help with my anterior pelvic tilt. Cause the only stretches my ostepath recommended were the cat stretch and the lower back stretch. Are there any lower back mobility drills that i could do, which would have a carry over to my squat form? And would strengthening my glutes help out in getting rid of the APT? If so, what glute exercises would you guys recommend?
any input and feedback from you guys will be greatly appreciated!!!