about going to see a chiropracter (ONLY see a BCA registered one)? Your left sacro-iliac joint may be differently aligned to the right. The muscles that "hold" your lower back extend down into the back of your leg too.Someone might have a far more simple
injections into the sacro-iliac area. They were a bit uncomfortable at the time but don't take long. The following 24 hours or so were very painful though, then blessed relief Good luck! cheers Slugsta. Gawd, since 1980, that is a long time! Very glad to hear
to tide you over until the NHS one comes through. They aren't too expensive and it may help you start treatment now rather than later. Hi Vince - I can't say if my problems were the same as yours, but I did have repeated sacro-iliac strains for several
, which worked wonders in a matter of weeks.Good luck. I hope this turns out to me something minor. Your story sounds famaliar too ms.mercury. I have had physio previously for my weak back muscles and inflamed sacro-iliac joint.Thank you for the hope. I
with sacro-iliac and lower back issues, so I suggest you get this sorted before you resume any running. In the meantime, cross train, avoid excessive ITB stretches as they can further flare up the band, and work on your glute medius and adductors
Hello everyone, I am trying to progress with rehab but my lower back is getting more and more painful.I have previously been told by a back man that the pain in my lower back is sacro iliac joint problems. I have a serola belt which helps me walk
from disks/facet joints in the backSacro iliac joint dysfunction Some literature to suggest that strained ligamnents in the lower back can mimic sciatic as they share the same neural pathways!
Hi guys,I have been running regularly for the past four months, gradually recovering from numerous problems with my back, knees, sacro-iliac joint... bla bla bla... and my running has been fine since being treated by a sports physio
that they help ease pressure on the spine when I am on my feet a lot as I get less achy wearing them (like many peeps I have some issues with lower vertebrae and sacro-iliac joint abnormalities). If I had a job where I could wear absolutely anything I would
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