How To Fix SACROILIAC DYSFUNCTION? Pilates Physio Elastic Band Simple Techniques Program

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How To Fix SACROILIAC DYSFUNCTION Pilates Physio Elastic Band Simple Techniques Program

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In this video i used the elastic band and i will first demonstrate how to apply muscle energy techniques and how to assess which side is your lower area of the pelvis and which area is elevated, most of my patients with SI dysfunction the iliac crest is lower on the painful side.

There is certainly no shortage of pregnancy aches and pains, and sometimes it can be difficult to determine what exactly it is you are feeling and how to address it. One of the most common pains people experience is sacroiliac (SI) joint pain, but often we may not know that’s what it is, and in turn, could try to do things to remedy the pain that could actually make it worse. Here are some tips to help you identify if you might have SI joint pain, as well as what to focus on (and avoid) to help mitigate it.

What SI Joint Pain Feels Like
SI joint pain is felt in the backside of your pelvis (around your buttocks), and a tell tale sign is that it’s often felt on one side only. The pain is typically worsened by weight bearing activity, especially on one leg (like stair climbing, doing the elliptical machine, taking an exercise class, or even long periods walking). The pain can range from chronic and dull to sharp and shooting, sometimes radiating down your leg a bit. If you think you may have SI joint pain, speak with your doctor to get a diagnosis.

What Causes SI Joint Pain
The human body has two SI joints (a left and a right) located in the posterior pelvic region between the sacrum and the ilium bones (hence the name “sacroiliac” joint). The SI joints are tasked with keeping your pelvis in neutral alignment. However, during pregnancy, two factors combine to put increased stress on these joints:

A hormone called relaxin softens the joints and ligaments that provide stiffness to the pelvis. This allows your body to adapt to your growing baby, and provides more mobility for childbirth, but it has the side effect of decreasing your pelvic stability.
Compounding this decreased stability, the growing belly tends to tip the pelvis forward, making it more difficult for the SI joint to keep the pelvis in neutral alignment
Often these two factors – the softening effect of relaxin + the forward pull from the belly – cause the SI joint to give, stretch, and possibly become hypermobile. This is when you feel the pain. Since the effects of relaxin remain in the body for several months after birth as well, SI joint pain can also occur in the postpartum period.

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