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Unstable pelvis?
Nov 24, 2009
... I too have a an unstable pelvis and it causes havoc on the rest of your lower body if left untreated. I have gone to PT years ago for this and it did help. ... (8 replies)
Unstable pelvis?
Nov 24, 2009
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Unstable pelvis?
Apr 10, 2005
... I sometimes have lower back pains. Now someone told me that it could be caused because my pelvis isn't stable or something. Does anybody know about this disorder? ... (8 replies)

Unstable pelvis?
Apr 10, 2005
... I am not sure that a bulge in a disc would make your pelvis unstable, but instability can cause a bulge in your disc. It caused me to have arthritis in my facets and one disc. ... (8 replies)
Unstable pelvis?
Apr 11, 2005
... Well, like I said, I have lower back pains. Not that often, but when it happens it's always in the same situation: when I'm lying down. Mostly when I'm lying down on my stomach. When I round my back, the pain goes away, and when I round my back for enough time, I can then relax and the pain is gone. Sometimes the pain is a bit higher, like waist height. Other situation: I'm... (8 replies)
Unstable pelvis?
Apr 12, 2005
... They showed you the pelvis tilt which helps with abs. ... (8 replies)
... vis is anteriorly rotated, he starts in the above, final position, but rotates his thumbs down so that they rest on either side of the sacrum, on the part of the pelvis that lies there. He presses gently in until he hits the pelvis. Usually his right thumb hits first because my left pelvic bone is rotated forward. ... (38 replies)
... Yeah basically it's a muscle energy technique. I do these once in the morning and once before I go to bed, just to keep my pelvis properly aligned. ... (7 replies)
... How did the doctor diagnose the unstable pelvis? ... (5 replies)
... unable to stand, sit, or do anything for very long periods of time. This is when We found a really good physical therapist that said I have a unstable pelvis and I've been working with him for the last two years. He and my current DR have sent me to several other Dr's with the hope of some type of long term result. ... (1 replies)
... Most sacroiliac problems are due to a misaligned, unstable pelvis so if you can stop everything moving around, you should be on the road to recovery. ... (7 replies)
Unstable pelvis?
Apr 12, 2005
... A reaction, please? (8 replies)
Unstable pelvis?
Apr 10, 2005
... The best thing you can do is see a spine specialist...maybe an orthopedic surgeon. He will order an MRI and then you will know. Don't assume you have instability. You may have a disc that is bulging a bit, you could have SI joint problems, you could have a sprained muscle....too many things to guess. A firm diagnosis is needed. Carol (8 replies)
Unstable pelvis?
Apr 10, 2005
... SI dysfunction The muscles and ligaments wear out like rubber bands and cause the back to shift and ultimately causing arthritis in the spine. The first step is diagnosis, then PT, SI belt, Prolotherapy, or surgery. If it is the SI, then sitting will be really painful and you will know it. Posture plays a huge part. You might want to search SI dysfunction on this... (8 replies)
... pelvis remain unstable so I'm working from both ends of the spectrum. When the "top" is balanced the "bottom" goes out, sort of like building on quicksand. ... (8 replies)
... then found an awesome osteopathis orthopedic doc who works with a great PT. My pelvis is "unstable". ... (34 replies)
... logram that I had . The part I don't understand is if my disc is 'unstable' he said with time it will 'settle down' and then I will be painfree. Just how does an unstable disc 'settle down' ? ... (7 replies)
Soreback
Oct 16, 2011
... hiropractor took noted that I had a angled pelvis, adjustments by the Chiropractor did not help. The way it feels to me is that my lower back where the spine and pelvis are conected is very tight and sensetive. The muscles contract pulling the spine out of alignment. ... (0 replies)
... hiropractor took noted that I had a angled pelvis, adjustments by the Chiropractor did not help. The way it feels to me is that my lower back where the spine and pelvis are conected is very tight and sensetive. The muscles contract pulling the spine out of alignment. ... (5 replies)
... hiropractor took noted that I had a angled pelvis, adjustments by the Chiropractor did not help. The way it feels to me is that my lower back where the spine and pelvis are conected is very tight and sensetive. The muscles contract pulling the spine out of alignment. ... (0 replies)


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