Sacroiliac Pain (8905)

By | April 27, 2019

Learn how to address sacroiliac pain through a simple approach that focuses on muscle imbalances and weakness.
This book provides basic education, screening guidelines, and exercises for those affected by sacroiliac dysfunction.

It introduces the Pelvic Girdle Musculoskeletal MethodSM, a program that empowers individuals to monitor their symptoms and address them with exercises that focus on muscle imbalances and weakness, helping to improve day-to-day functioning and overall quality of life.

Includes access to online videos demonstrating exercises as well as an exercise planner for logging workouts.

Product Features

  • Learn how to address sacroiliac pain through a simple approach that focuses on muscle imbalances and weakness.
  • This book provides basic education, screening guidelines, and exercises for those affected by sacroiliac dysfunction.
  • Includes access to online videos demonstrating exercises as well as an exercise planner for logging workouts.
  • Written by Deborah B. Riczo, PT, DPT, MEd.
  • Illustrated. Softcover; 40 pages.

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2 Comments

Anonymous on 04/27/2019 at 19:11.

Add the exercises one at a time – Three week pain relief I have worked through the book. After suffering piriformis syndrome, sciatica and lower back pain for 3 months, this is best set of exercises I have found. I progressed through the contents of the book in about 3 weeks and the pain level decreased almost daily as I did the PT. The instructions are clear and easy to follow. The pictures really illustrate what you should do. I had acute pain to start and was constantly using cold and heat, lying down and generally not productive. You do not…

Anonymous on 04/27/2019 at 19:14.

Self-help book to relieve pain…..and it works! Excellent self-help book! The anatomy and physiology section helped me understand how doing the exercises will help balance the muscles in my pelvis and relieve my pain. I like the way the book had me assess my pain and then led me to the correct beginning exercises. The explanation of each exercise is detailed and has pictures and breathing pattern included. Plenty of exercises but not overwhelming. I seem to change the way I do an exercise over time so this will be a great reference for…

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