Harvard doctors reveal a direct link between excruciating back pain (or sciatica) and this little-known muscle.

Can you guess what it is?

A. trapezius
B. piriformis
C. gastrocnemius/calves

You probably won't get it right, even if you're a total health nut.

The answer is counter-intuitive.

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P.S.According to a world-renowned back pain expert, Emily Lark, stretching this little-known muscle is KEY to relieving sciatic nerve and eliminating unbearable, annoying back pain that never seems to go away.

Click here to discover what it is and a simple 30-second method to stretch this muscle you can try at home today

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