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tailbone

(tāl′bōn′)
n.
See coccyx.

tailbone

The COCCYX.
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Your tailbone is very sore, you're training for a triathlon and you've been doing a lot of cycle practising where you continually lean forward and stretch the base of your spine.
Michelle said her baby underwent chemotherapy for two and a half years to shrink the tumor in her tailbone.
Press your front thighs toward the ceiling, but resist your tailbone toward the bed as you lengthen it toward the heels.
BRIDGE POSE Lie flat on your back then push your tailbone up to the ceiling, keeping your buttocks firm and pushing your feet into the floor.
Often a lower back or sciatic issue will yield symptoms like this, including the hamstring pain manifesting after inactivity, and of course the recent tailbone pain.
While you usually can still dance, you'll probably need to sit upright on a hard chair to keep your tailbone from touching the seat's surface until you recover.
The InterStim implant is a tiny device, which is surgically implanted near the tailbone through a small incision near the tailbone.
Inhale as you slide forward to baby cobra: Press your legs together, reach your tailbone slightly toward the heels, lift and extend the chest, and raise the hands one inch above the floor.
Safeway Moment: When I just about broke my tailbone.
These include the string of peaks that form the tailbone of the Antarctic Peninsula, and the Muhlig-Hoffman and Wohlthat mountains, which mirror the shape of the upper coastline in Queen Maud Land.
The genes corresponding to the cervical vertebrae, the thoracic vertebrae, the lumbar vertebrae and the tailbone become activated at exactly the right moment one after another.
The sedentary lifestyle of youngsters is leading to arise in the incidence of coccydynia, which is the medical term for pain in the tailbone