rotated pelvis

rotated pelvis

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socal1
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rotated pelvis

I have a rotated pelvis that is causing me alot of pain. hip joints hurt all the time, and a pinched nerve(s) causing extreme sensitivity on my right thigh, and sacrum area. had an MRI on lumbar, and there is no sign of pinched nerves there. My psoas is so contracted. Chiropractor is doing ART, and Myofacial release, and lots of stretching, no cracking. Any other suggestions of what I can do, or who (what doctor) I could see for help?

Thank you!

piercealison
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si pain

have you taken anti inflamatories, done physical therapy, or had Si injections? I started there

mikem14
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rotated pelvis/SI joint pain

Sorry no info to help, I just read and wanted to add I have a rotated pelvis which I had treated 16 years ago with PT. Now I have a herniated disc and pain where I originally had pain 16 years ago (wondering if disc was bulging way back then). Anyway, I am doing PT for herniated L5-S1 now and PT keeps telling me I have SI joint issues and a tilted pelvis (again).

Hoping someone can shed some light and hopefully some success stories getting back to activity again!

piercealison
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SI problems

I also have problems in my right sacroiliac joint. It is hypermobille joint that needs stabilization. After 2 years my body has still not responded to conservative teatments so I am having an SI fusion at UCLA school of medicine in California. Follow me through my treatment March 26 11.

1994SanFrancisco
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SI joint fusion

Hi Alison,
I hope you will detail your experience with your SI joint fusion. Since my L5/S1 fusion I've had extreme difficulty walking and it is looking like it is my SI joints that are causing the problem so I am researching my options. Do you know the technique that your surgeon will use?

Any more information that you can share about your symptoms and experience would be very much appreciated.

piercealison
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Apology for slow reply

I normally would have replied to your comment asap but, I haven't been visiting this site. Yes, I will share my experience with you but, it will not be on this website. There is a sacroiliac joint dysfunction site on facebook. Go visit that website. I'm a part of that group. It has over 200 members, and everyone has sacroiliac probleme. It's a good place to share information and experiences. My operation will take place next month, March 17, at UCLA medical school through utilizing the SI-BONE technique.
Sincerely, Alison Pierce

sassy411
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PT Says . . .

Mine is rotated forward. He said the cause is weak ab muscles & wants me to do crunches.

Seriously.

TracyLynne
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prolotherapy

my pelvis was always out of whack, despite constant physio. i finally ended up having prolotherapy, which strengthened the tissue surrounding that area. in the six years since then, my pelvis has not been out of alignment. it was the best thing i ever did to resolve that issue.

tracy

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Rotated Pelvis

To: Sacl1. Just saw your post from 10/22/10 and hope you're okay now. In 2009, I popped my pelvis during Physical Therapy, of all things. I felt it pop and then began having horrible pain for maybe a total of 7 months - didn't realize that the PT caused it until later. I went to a chiropractor who works on the Colts Football players and he knew immediately what was wrong with me. It probably only took around 4-5 session to get me back into shape. I was beyond thrilled as it was excruciating pain. I even had to take pain pills to get out of bed. Therefore, I hope you have found the 'right' chiropractor.

I am now facing a lumbar Laminectomy Decompression surgery on 2/28 and just found this WONDERFUL website.