The sacroiliac joint is made up of your pelvic bones and your sacrum. The pelvic bones act like 'cog wheels' that listen to the movements of your spine and lower limbs. Occasionally due to poor posture, repetitive motions or previous injury, the sacroiliac joint can become restricted which in turn effects the spine and lower limb mechanics.
The restrictions of the sacroiliac joint can be assisted with hands-on mobilisations and manipulations. After which it is important that we treat the compensating factors that have occurred in the spine and lower limb. Specific targeted exercise are then provided to create a prevention strategy as you return back to your daily life.