Immediate Relief & Self Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint

Immediate Relief & Self Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint

100 comments on “Immediate Relief & Self Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint

  1. mexicanamerican21 Post author

    Man I can not find any good chiropractor or massage therapist in my area that’s open or will call back and I’ve had 3 emergency bone fusions 😣🤕

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  2. Shubham Sharma Post author

    Send broken hearted people to me, I can fix there broken heart. Thanks for the video, Im gonna try now.

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  3. John RossStar Post author

    My pain feels like an adhesion that needs to be popped. I'm always on to my chiro to try other methods to get at it.
    Is this a false sensation i'm having? That it needs to simply be popped the right way?

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  4. Miy Mahran Post author

    Hmm. I have no pain really. More recently I started noticing some very minor inflammation. My SI joint just pops ALL the time. It's uncomfortable and embarrassing if I'm in public and need to pop it. It almost feels like my right side stiffens up and my joint moves back and kind of gets stuck. Then I extend my right leg forward and put my left leg under and just move my hips forward and then it pops and I feel relief. It happens when I'm driving or when I'm sitting for a long time. In my 2 hour class, I can pop my SI joint at least 4 times. I don't think this is normal and the loud popping doesn't sound normal either. More recently, I've noticed that if I walk for a long time, my lower back can start to hurt. Not sure if this is related. Any ideas? I have gone to 2 chiropractors so far. No one wants to do an x-ray. At this point, I'm afraid my bone may be rubbing because I actually feel the joint move when I pop it. My legs are the same length (got that checked). Any ideas? I've watched so many videos on the SI joint but it seems everyone is always talking about pain. I'm not worried about pain, more about whether or not this really loud popping is normal. To give you an idea of the sound, I was once in a lecture room of about 100 people, sitting in the middle and the lecturer heard the pop and mentioned how loud the knuckle cracking was. I didn't correct him lol

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  5. MerMer Creations Post author

    My left SI joint is always giving me problems and the only way I can get it fixed is… I sit on the couch Indian style, and as I bring the left leg forward to the ground before untucking my right leg, I will get this worst weird tightness. And then it will finally pop. And it feels like my butt pop. Just like you're popping your finger. Those scratches all seem good. But do you have any Chiropractic move to "pop" the joint?

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  6. Missi Balison Post author

    You guys are fantastic! I'd be referring clients all day if you lived in my town 🙂 (Not because
    I hurt them 😉

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  7. Karen Peters Post author

    The only relief I'm getting is laying on my affected side and leaning forward onto my shoulder. Very awkward position. hELP!

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  8. Hotel CharliHill Post author

    I concur. My left leg is shorter by a half inch or so. Caused a lot of pressure in my right SI joint. Alignment exercises to relax and drop the left leg are awesome, but so are SI strengthening exercises AND intense quadricep and hamstring stretching as those muscles can tighten up (along with hip flexer) and cause the femur to be pulled up towards the hip causing SI issues. When I'm on top of my person exercises I can run like I'm in my early 20's again.

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  9. Missi Balison Post author

    You guys are so great! I have a question for you. I have a client that has SI joint issues. She can do several of the recommended stretches but has pain when she releases the stretch. Can you tell my why she would feel pain as she moves her way out of the stretch? Thanks so much!

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  10. Birkit ami Post author

    What if you have more pain while reclined, supine, or sleeping, but pain improves while standing, walking; except twisting? Could it be the mattress? I recently rotated our pillowtop and wonder if it could've affected my back?

    What are your thoughts on TENS unit for pain relief? Helpful, too, or not so much?

    Thx for the stretches. Hope they bring some relief for me. This is awful pain! Haven't had this for over a year or so, & it just came on suddenly a couple days ago. No fun for holiday time!

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  11. Esmat Karimi Post author

    God bless you two, I was in so much pain, but the exercises you suggested help me a lot. Thank you so much

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  12. Bernadette Apps Post author

    Brad & Bob thank you I did these exercises & my lower back pain that I have had for the last three years eased up nearly immediately. Thank you so much, thank you.

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  13. Sam Thompson Post author

    I had been going to the doctor for almost a full year due to pain in my SI joint that I developed while training for a marathon. I couldn't even walk long distances without succumbing to debilitating pain. They sent me to physical therapy, did x-rays and an MRI but were unable to find anything wrong. We tried a cortisone injection, but that only helped for a day or two. I tried a modified version of the stool stretch that was in this video and within 24 hours my pain was almost completely gone! Thank you so much for this video! I'm so excited to get back into running and live my life normally again!

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  14. alchemistoxford Post author

    After 3 days of excruciating pain in my lower back, I found this video and tried all four exercises. 1 & 2 were not effective in my case. 3 & 4 immediately reduced the pain dramatically. Liked, subscribed and belled.

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  15. george lewis Post author

    I just tried those recommended relief, I did the first and it helped so I did all. Thank God for these two wonderful brothers.

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  16. Alan Swanson Post author

    Hi…my doctor diagnosed my lower back pain as an SI issue but my pain is the worst when I bend forward as in picking up a penny . Does this sound like an SI problem? Or possibly a disk? The pain is on my left side. Thanks for your thoughts.

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  17. Melissa Martin Post author

    I am a Licensed Massage Therapist in Virginia. Massage is another natural remedy folks should consider to help relieve SI Joint pain. I use heat, and teach stretches during my sessions. And many health insurance policies now cover massage! Just a healthy, drug-free suggestion from a friendly, "invest-in-yourselves" kinda gal. 😎

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  18. Aeriel Feeback Post author

    Is it normal for the "painful side" to change? I also feel relief when I stand and it is worse when sitting. Even laying down on my side can bother it, especially if the aches are radiating down my legs. SI seems to be the thing I most identify with but I get confused when standing is typically worse for people.

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  19. Karan Rana Post author

    Along with these exercises I would recommend correction of whole spine alignment. From India with love Dr Bhaskaran 7981515064 contact 15yrs experience

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  20. DanforthSalunek Post author

    i dont know what my pain is coming from, but my lower back (right above my ass) and it stings when i bend over or sit down.
    i really would like some help

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  21. Runs with a Fox Post author

    I recently injured the joint at the gym. I'm taking anti inflammatories and pain meds.
    I tried your exercises but not relief.
    What must I do to ease the pain?

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  22. Teresa Kamm Post author

    Awesome video! You guys are are so great to share your knowledge. Can you give information on where to get this SI Joint belt? Thank you!

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  23. Jeanna Marquecho Post author

    Haha the song is cute!
    Tomorrow a week ago I had my SI reset. Can you tell me how long I’ll be stiff for? I have no idea what to expect but I do know the pain is different, gone even. It’s a healing pain I can tell but please if there’s something I’m missing?

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  24. JenUine Love Post author

    WOW THEY ALL HELPED ME! Thank you! 🙏🏼 I think I’ll be doing these for the rest of my life because I think my SI pai is from degenerative arthritis. Thank you again

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  25. Dagmar Ledererová Post author

    Wow, this is some magic. Im 1,5 year after delivery of my son. Had si pain ever since which got much worse after recent full body massage. Did the first exercise in the chair like 3x for 10 seconds and instant relief. Went from pain 7/10 to 2/10. Will keep it up. Thank you

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  26. L B Post author

    Hanging my leg off the side of the bed is like magic. I can even feel the joint pop back into place and the pain immediately goes away. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. ~ Lisa

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  27. GILBERT Hernandez Post author

    I yell it hurts so much. Feels like a knife and sometimes like your waist bone is going to separate from you.

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  28. M D Post author

    I'm so having this pain now, after doing a mountain bike jump. Painful when putting pressure on my left leg.

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  29. Shari Carson Post author

    I have horrible groin pain. Esp after sleeping…it does wake me….also after sitting for a long period of time. Alter I walk I cannot life my leg to get into the car. I was sold this was due to my sacrum. What do you think

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  30. Natano Saltero Post author

    I had chiropractor jump up and down on me with a "side posture" move and i haven't slept a solid night since. Not all Chiropractors are bad but the ones that use too much force can ruin your whole day.

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  31. AzureKeto Post author

    Did 2 of the 3 exercises last night. Got some relief but could still feel the maladjustment on my right side. This morning my right side finally slipped back into place. I felt it pop. Its been out of place for about 4 weeks. Thank you for the video… it helped.

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  32. Sofia S. Post author

    If none of these help should I assume my problem is something else? All the physical tests I did point to it and the symptoms too, but maybe the nerve is too inflamed/ muscles too tight for anything to help?

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  33. Domonique Bennett Post author

    Help please! I'm a young athlete, 15 years old, and I'm constantly running, doing squats, and other things that hurt my si joint. Once the pain is gone, is it safe for me to workout again? Do these exercises and then workout, or take a break and focus on just these exercises. I took 2 weeks off of doing legs and the pain hasn't gone away.

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  34. Danielle Mccarter Post author

    Mine goes back by squeezing my legs together a loud pop in my si joint and pubic bone. I've been like this 19 years pain so unbearable I am barely hanging onto life. I have severe stomach aches from this problem and feel so sick from the pain.

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  35. Fzellion Post author

    I really enjoyed this video. 🙂 man needed pain relief badly with the sacroiliac (kind of sounds like celery little memory trick there!) didn't want to rely on horse tranquilisers that make you groggy as hell, so I attempted these exercises (slowly,one by one) it wasn't a miracle but WOW it really made a difference. I actually made the walk to the shops and felt fine.Will defo be keeping up the exercises best for me daily. THANKYOU!!!

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  36. Joe Post author

    Doesn't take much and at the top of my back pockets (on the left side) and, I hurt!  All across that part of me almost locks up!  I have tried your instructions and it works well! Thanks but, should I expect hanging my leg off the bed, plus the other instruction, in time, to fix me?  Will these exercises strengthen me?

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  37. Don Juan Trompeta Johnson Post author

    6:46 "Go to the side of the bed." is this guy serious? Who the hell has a bed that high??

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  38. Melena Schneider Post author

    My lower back (SI joint) started hurting about 3 days ago and was worse when I had been sitting for awhile. Standing is okay, so I stood most of yesterday. I just found your most recent video but it was oriented more to arthritis pain which this isn't. But the list on the side had this video and it is a perfect fit…….well, you know what I mean. LOL I tried a few of these exercises and the leg over the side of the bed helped a whole bunch – immediate relief. I'm so glad I found this video. Thank you so much!

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  39. Kris K Post author

    Some of these SI moves, I feel, might aggravate the pain radiating from my groin area. Not sure if I should just keep at it

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  40. Sarah Widner Post author

    Very helpful and informative video as always! I was just diagnosed with SI joint issues and will definitely be trying out these different techniques. I love the different various you presented.

    When doing the isometric movements (specifically the first Brad demonstrated in the chair) would you perform the exercise multiple times or would you only do 1 repetition of 5 seconds every hour?

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  41. Patricia Salem Post author

    I have piriformis syndrome and, not surprisingly, ITBS, probably with some trochanteric bursitis in the mix. I have been absolutely miserable, and the stretching/strengthening exercises, lifestyle modifications, and revised sleeping positions for the aforementioned aren't really helping. It seems like how I feel on any given day is an absolute crap shoot. For giggles, I tried hanging my leg off the bed and felt immediate relief. Does this mean I also have SI joint problems, or does that exercise also just coincidentally take pressure off the piriformis and the sciatic nerve?

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  42. BDority09 Post author

    I’m 28 and my SI has been progressively getting worse to the point that I thought I’d be in a wheelchair in the near future. I thought it was a back issue, and it has been misdiagnosed for years. I recently isolated the pain to the SI joint thanks to Google (healthcare is a joke), and found this video shortly thereafter. The pain relief is immense. I can’t thank you gentlemen enough for providing this video to the public for free.

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  43. Patrick Grantz Post author

    Been struggling with this for many years. Local 3 electrician IBEW NYC. We’re all broken from the crap we gotta do everyday lol. Thanks for the tips

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  44. FluffyMuffs Post author

    mines only comes when i stand/sit for too long or when i carry heavy objects, maybe my posture is bad and maybe my weight too, im 154cm and 158lbs. the pain is only on the right sided of my sacrum. when the pain comes, it hurts when i turn my right leg a certain way, but its not always the same position, like when im sitting down and turned my upper body a little bit to the left, i immediately turn the opposite way because of the pain, but when i try again and turn left and see if it will hurt, its gone, then, when i stand up it hurts again lol. When i have the pain, i lay down supine and i could feel my lower back feels tight/sore, not so much pain, about a 2/10. some days laying down and dangling the problem side would make me feel sore/tightness on the right side.

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  45. Amitabh Varma Post author

    This was like magic for my SI sciatic pain all through my groin area and side of my leg. It really made a difference. I can still feel muscle spasms releasing in my foot and lower back 15 mins after I did these exercises. I’ve had this pain for over a year, but until you figure out what the hell it really is, one can’t research the internet. I was focussing on lumbar issues and disc problems (X-rays, etc) until I bumped on to this video. What can I say, I feel like I hit the jackpot by stumbling onto this video today!

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  46. Susan Twining Post author

    OMG! I did one of these exercises (sit in chair, raise knee while pushing against it with hand). My pain went away !!!

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  47. Linda Berg Post author

    As soon as I heard them talk of the pain in the leg and groin area I said BINGO!! That's what's going on with me! It's been a problem for over 2 months after a long extended road trip in a low sports car….I'll try these exercises and get the belt and see if it helps. If not, the next step is a trip to a chiropractor…Great video thanks guys!!

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