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... It is possible that one or more ligaments got stretched out when you fell off the ball. Once stretched, it is difficult to get them to shorten up again. I don't know if they do prolotherapy in Canada, but that is one way to strengthen the ligaments. ... (8 replies)
... Go to a PT or physiatrist who knows how to put the SI joint back in place, first. ... (16 replies)
... Hello Faith....I haven't been on the puter as much lately...have been running and Mom was with me until last Fri...she finally recovered enough to return to her own home!!! ... (1 replies)

... I wrote last week to say I was having severe pain in my lower back 5 weeks after my 2 level laminectomy. I finally got fed up with the pain last Thursday and called my doctor to say I needed to come in or I was going to the ER. ... (3 replies)
... I also had a lot of S1 joint pain and a friend recommended a sports clinic that treats all bone related or tendon issues.. ... (20 replies)
... Hey Sally, I hope your test went for the EMG in general, I guess for most people it is an extremely valuable tool.....and maybe it has been more beneficial for me than I originally thought.... ... (34 replies)
... Well, finally after nearly two more weeks in the hospital. Most of which was spent at IU Med Center we have some answers!!!!! I have to give big kudo's to Dr Snook and the Staff at IU. After umpteen doctor's and oh so many tests they boldly went where no other has gone...Andy's pelvis! ... (33 replies)
... So they had you doing the wrong ones I bet, for the back pain you were having. I would be very careful about which core exercises you're doing as this could exacerbate the problem with the SI and the ligaments. ... (16 replies)
... Yes they used a fluoroscopy, and I did use ice the first few days. The nurse said that the steroids should be working by now, and that heat may help to move the steroids through the joint. I wish I could be lying in a warm tub right now, instead I am at work with a heating pad. ... (34 replies)
... I have had SIJD for three years now. I have gone the gamut on what to do. Presently, I am seeing a pm and a physical medicine doctor. ... (34 replies)
... Great to see you drop in to say hello. I'm very sorry to hear you have new symptoms after all you've been through. ... (2 replies)
... They can then do manual manipulations to put it back in place and then you get to do lots of exercises to strengthen the muscles around it to hold it in place properly. ... (22 replies)
... Thanks so much for this information. How true it is we have to take matters into our hands!!!!!! And why does it have to be so diffcult in the first place? ... (9 replies)
... Good Morning Bionic Witch, Texaswildrose04, quietcook, Kari7171, and all other back and neck pain surrerers! ... (10 replies)
... Tortion basicaly means rotation, so sacral tortion is probably where the sacrum has twisted out of place a little. ... (1 replies)
... It is not the first place one thinks of to associate with back problems, but it is not uncommon. ... (3 replies)
Lump in back
Sep 4, 2003
... or the entire sacrum was out of whack. The only way to describe this is this.... ... (3 replies)
... That is about the best description of sacroiliac joint issues I've ever read. ... (9 replies)
... First I just want everyone to know how blessed I feel to have ran across this website as I've struggled alone for so long now. I guess I'll start with some background info. ... (3 replies)
... for a year's treatment regardless of how many or how few vists I made to his office but it probably averaged about 3 visits a week. ... (13 replies)

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