What is your back pain all about?
Do you want to repeatedly twist your hips or crack your back?
Does your back pain subside when you are still?
Pain increases when you move?
Sacro-Illiac (SA) Pain – this is pain where your pelvis and spine meet, or that radiates out to the side of your hip, deep in your buttocks, or occasionally in the groin.
Rarely, you’ll feel pain in the front of your mid-thigh when you have an SI joint disorder. Movements that cause irritation of this injury are transition movements. It tends to hurt when going from laying to sitting, sitting to standing, or standing quietly to walking.
Generally speaking, you’ll want to repeatedly twist your hips or crack your back when you have this, but the real goal will be to ‘untwist’ your pelvis or ‘de-rotate’ your sacrum.
This responds well to a figure-4 stretch for your piriformis, posterior pelvic tilts, and balance-oriented exercises like balance board squats, etc. It tends to subside when you’re in one position for awhile, but it sucks when you go to move.
If you’re local you could try ….
Core Restore Pilates Tuesday 18:30
@ Hayden Hill Studio. Cheltenham GL51 0 SW
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