Sacroiliac joint dysfunction is often the undiagnosed cause of low back pain. Excerpts from “Understanding Sacroiliac joint Pain and What You Can Do About It”
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I require SI joint … I require SI joint fusion surgery.
Can anyone tell me a list of names of surgeons who perform the surgery in Australia? And if not the USA/Canada? It is very difficult to find in Australia but I will travel to America if necessary.
My spine mri is normal but I had a serious fall and severe pain around the si joint ever since, $45000 spent on all other treatments over 8 years but little improvement. Can not sit down or lie down or do a host of other tasks. Just want to get my life back.
@robertmartinez … @robertmartinez Sacroilac joints aren’t meant to be stretched, so yes it can harm the joints to manipulate the joints.
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low back pain kills … low back pain kills me years and
I was best in the gym but my hollow back
is the problem.
A friend of mine … A friend of mine has suffered from the SI Joint problem for 20 years after a car accident. He has tried a bunch of chiropractors. He walks really stiff because of the problem and he says listening to his back CRACK as the chiropractor twists it is psychologically hard. I wonder if his various chiropractors have made his condition WORSE. He really shows PAIN some days.
I’d bet it would … I’d bet it would feel better. The one problem is that those things, or just hanging upside down, is really hard on the blood pressure… it makes it go up. You might remember as a kid feeling like your head was going to pop when hanging upside down. My own injury is calming down after two months so I’m feeling better. But I experienced enough to understand the need for some type of treatment and I’d bet that stretching the spine out by hanging upside down would feel better.
good question, ive … good question, ive been thinking the same
I have a pull up bar in my door way and after some pull up and hanging (just for a few seconds) i do noticed a bit of difference
Good discussion of … Good discussion of the problem.
If you’re calling … If you’re calling an ‘inverter’ the contraption which you lie upon and then hang upside down with your feet in the air and your head to the floor, I too wondered about that idea. Have you tried it & what happened????
Great video. Very … Great video. Very informative.
took me 20seconds … took me 20seconds to load and didnt stop.
If you have low … If you have low back pain, mid-back pain, etc., there is a really good book called “Healing Back Pain” by Dr. John Sarno. It conveys, without a doubt, the most Responsible Content on the matter that I have ever come across and is NOT “about” anatomy in general. You can google his name. You can probably find it at your local library if you don’t want to purchase it. P.S. I’ve had 2 discectomies in the past – didn’t know better, and…..yeah, it’s a really worthwhile read.
This vid took … This vid took nearly 20 minutes to play…. so slow
8 weeks? 8 weeks?
Funny, I found the … Funny, I found the same findings for people with low back pain; that’s why I r/o L/S 1st, as I would assume you do..
If it were SI, I’d expect a trauma unless a female who’s pregnant or similar; also the studies show manip to SI doesn’t change it’s position (unless lax ligs from hormone involvement, etc..); however, it may provide an ‘impulse’ that can modulate pain. How do you decipher helping them from the natural resolution process? 8 wks is enough time for this.
My SI knocks and … My SI knocks and pops when I lift my knee up and down to chest level. I have horrible pain, but not when I do that. My pain is in my pelvis and legs, 80% on the right side. It comes from a “club foot” that was not repaired 46 years ago.
i don’t know what a … i don’t know what a cronic stretch is. but if you throw one leg over the other while lying down, does the SI joint pop? if you try the other side, does it not pop?i propose that the side that pops is the more stable side and the side that doesn’t pop, is the fixated – the primary problem side.
Is the “chronic … Is the “chronic stretch” why my joint pops or clicks all the time? Will is stop clicking with stablization? Also, should I not stretch my hip out and to the side? It feels good to release the tension in my SI joint area but am I doing more harm?
Im seeing a spinal … Im seeing a spinal phyiso (in melbourne) for spinal and sacral probs from playing lots of sport, i find theyre much better than chiropractors..they use gentle mobilisaition instead of ‘cracking’ the joint.
ostheopatic and … ostheopatic and soft tissue manipulation should do the trick
be very scared if u … be very scared if u use a self correction technique like dontigney’s without restricting movement to sacrum,e.g. if u posteriorly rotate an anteriorly rotated innominate and u don’t restrict movement in the scrum, the rotation can affect the other SI joint and/or mal-align the SI joints more.i’ve NEVER seen a chiropractor who understands the problem(i’ve seen alot).in australia,their appnts r 2 short and u keep ur clothes on & like most of the health profession,they just don’t have a clue.
Thanks for the … Thanks for the reply- if my many years of correcting the SI subluxation I have found that by motion palpation and radiographic positional study, a series of specific Chiropractic adjustments correct the misalighment. BTW- I use Gonstead technique.
Your terminology of upslip and downslip are actually termed (PI for Posterior Inferior and AS for Anterior Superior). The direction of subluxation.
Unfortunately this … Unfortunately this has not been the experience for hundreds of our patients.
1. We have had many chiropractors who have been thrilled to learn our techniques for SI joint stabilization.
2. Treating the SI joint complex requires special training (because of rotation combined with an upslip or down slip).
3. It usually requires six weeks of regular mobilization before it will remain in place. The patient can be tught to do this.
Patients who do not experience relief may find our methods useful.
This ALL can be … This ALL can be fixed by getting a specific CHIROPRACTIC adjustment.
Yeah! Where are the … Yeah! Where are the stabilization techniques???
I’ve also been suffering for two years and am finally at an SI joint dysfunction diagnosis. I’ve been through 8wks of PT with not much relief! Apparently my docs and therapist aren’t as savy about the SI joint as this therapist is.
After watching this video I’ve finally made the connection to why I’m feeling like I need to urinate again when I’ve just finished. Geesh!
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