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Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

What is SIJ dysfunction?

Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction or simply SIJ is a disorder in the Lower Back that refers to, too much motion or too little motion throughout the sacroiliac joint. It is an extremely common condition the plagues many Australians each and every year.

Majority of people get SIJ dysfunction as a result of over work or under work through the Lower Back causing an enormous amount of pain, restriction, stiffness and tightness, pain down the legs and in some cases unnecessary surgeries.

Our unique treatment at Back Solutions is designed to treat SIJ dysfunction by releasing the tissues that have built up over many months even years to restore perfect mobility around the SIJ to ensure the pain never returns Again.

Our hands on approach (Solidified Connective Tissue) followed by a strengthening program (Neuro-Muscular Power Training) will ensure the perfect amount of movement and stability around the lower back and SIJ so the pain won't be returning in the near future.

If you'd like to find out more, please call 03 9909 9905 or visit www.backsolutions.com.au immediately to book your appointment at our Richmond Clinic.

 
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Back Pain
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Richmond
(03) 9909 9905

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