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Title:Simple Solutions to Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Pain

The sacroiliac joint, or SI joint, is a common, but often overlooked, cause of lower back pain, sciatica pain, and pelvic region pain.
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When not properly diagnosed SI joint dysfunction and/or SI joint instability can lead to frustrating results from traditional treatment for these common conditions (back pain, sciatica, etc).

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The sacroiliac joint does not have to be an option of last resort when trying to figure out your back pain or sciatic symptoms. With a proper understanding of the SI joint anatomy, some clues as to how the sacroiliac joint gets injured, and some ideas on what can be done to help heal the SI joint, you stand a greater chance of resolution of your pain.

As always, it is important to work side-by-side with your medical professional to determine the exact cause of your pain and be guided on a course of care. However, in my private practice I find that all too often the SI joint and SI joint dysfunction, most commonly SI joint instability, is an overlooked cause of pelvic region pain and back pain.

And many times patients will go to a chiropractor who does a chiropractic adjustment over and over and over again with nothing but transient results. Chiropractic adjustments when properly performed on joints that are fixated / stuck versus unstable have powerful positive benefits. However, manual chiropractic adjustments done to a joint that has instability does not provide lasting pain relief and in some cases can make the pain worse. Proper diagnosis is vital.

There are ways to “adjust” a sacroiliac joint that has some instability, if it appears necessary. These are low-force chiropractic techniques like Activator Methods and Thompson Drop technique, both of which utilize a specialized instrument to provide a gentle adjustment to the joint.

Also addressed are the classic presentation of SI joint pain. We delve into the case of a dancer who hurt herself sledding. Her SI joint instability responded rapidly and completely when we got her a trochanteric belt / SI belt (https://amzn.to/3hkiIjh​) to help improve stability across her sacroiliac joints and which allowed her sacroiliac ligaments to heal. In cases where someone has SI joint instability a trochanteric belt can be key.

If you are suffering with back pain, pelvic region pain, or sciatica and can’t seem to find a lasting solution, you may have SI joint instability. This video will help you understand more about SI joint pain and sacroiliac joint instability. Working closely with your health care providers, armed with knowledge, you can find a solution. I hope this video helps you find the relief you deserve soon.

Attribution for images used in this video:
* Netter, F, Atlas of Human Anatomy. Philadelphia, PA: Saunders Elsevier, 2011.

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About Dr. Brant Pedersen, DC, CCSP:

Dr. Brant is a sports chiropractor who founded Positive Motion Chiropractic in northern California (Los Gatos). He specializes in finding rapid and lasting solutions to muscle and joint pain issues. He received his first chiropractic adjustment when competing as a professional windsurfer and it opened his eyes to how quickly the body can heal when given targeted conservative care. Dr. Pedersen graduated valedictorian of his class from Palmer College of Chiropractic West, maintains an adjunct faculty position at his alma mater, and gives back through humanitarian chiropractic care. He enjoys sharing tips and tricks for how to stay active and pain-free and employs them daily to stay active as an extreme sports athlete.

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