One of the biggest issues with SI Joint Dysfunction is determining whether you have it or not.
Sacroiliac joint pain can be similar to sciatica and other back conditions so it can be hard to decide what you have so that you can treat it the best way.
What works for sacroiliac joint pain won’t necessarily work for other back conditions and, in fact, could make them worse. Likewise, treatments for other back conditions could make your sacroiliac joint pain worse.
That’s why in my new Back Pain Relief Program, I’ve included self-assessment tools that you can use to determine if you have SI Joint Pain and how severe your case is. This information will allow you to pursue the best treatment option so that you get results fast.
In addition to the assessment tools, I’ve created a solution that is centered on the least number of exercises that you need to do, in the right order and the correct amount that cover all of the areas that need to be addressed to relieve SI Joint Pain.
You see, the problem with doing a lot of different exercises in a scattershot approach is that often, key components of a sacroiliac joint dysfunction recovery program can be missed.
Also, the order of the exercises is very important.
Doing the exercises in the right order will increase their effectiveness. The right exercises done in the right sequence can build on each other and produce greater and faster results.
To be honest, I would stop all of the other exercises you are doing for your lower back pain and give this program a go for 7 days. That short period of time is enough for you to see the difference a well-thought out plan like this can make for your sacroiliac joint pain.
This program contains the best exercises to relieve SI Joint Pain that have been shown to be effective for people no matter what their body type, age or fitness level.