sacro iliac problem? If it's the physio's diagnosis and the treatment suggested hasn't worked then possibly it isn't a correct diagnosis.Can you describe the pain a bit more? Location, what if anything triggers it particularly (uphill running, downhill
with inflammation of the sacro-iliac and was very interested to hear that your physiotherapist seems to have cured this problem for you after three visits. Is your physiotherapist located in the London/South-East area by any chance?Thanks No sorry, but i'm sure
experiencing some pain when walking. I went to the physio who diagnosed that my sacro-iliac joint was out of line (joing at bottom of back) and this was causing the pain at the top of my leg.Has anyone else experienced this and how long did it take to fully
Q Since having my last baby I have experienced a burning feeling down through my sacro-iliac joint. Occasionally I feel an ache deep in my buttock. Ive tried osteopaths, physiotherapy with ultrasound and now acupuncture, and I would appreciate
Hi I have read through a few articles on this website and other related sites and am pretty convinced that I have a problem with my SIJ joint / surrounding structures. I experience pain on right PSIS, right groin and occasionally posterior right leg nerve pain particularly when...
This is a suggestion for anyone who is suffering with SI joint trouble and finding it hard to shake. Someone in a thread here had heard that sitting on a gym ball could help. I can confirm that this completely solved the problem for me when nothing else did. I sit on it all da...
Now I think I might be insane, but I have suffered from this since the beginning of my last pregnancy 2 and half years ago. The one thing that seems to clear it for the longest seems to be running, but still only for a few days. I have only just been diagnosed up to now I just ...
Ok, so I did it again, and have spent all weekend at pinned beetle stage, squirming on my bed, turning over with great difficulty. The odd thing is, if I can manage to get upright, walking is actually quite comfortable.Presumably if I run to early I risk shifting things a bit, b...
that I have inflamed sacro-iliac joints. Perhaps, at last, we can get somewhere! good luck sassie! It, er, still IS your back, Sassie. But a treatable condition rather than a tough-luck one, from the sound of things. Hope it goes well! Oh Vrap dear you
JIm,look at this thread I did a while back. I had ITBFS, caused by stiff sacro-iliac joint. Need to work on glutes as well.....and stretch and stretch and stretch.
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