SI Joint pain (or sacroiliac joint pain) is usually felt within the low back, and it’s often on one side or the opposite. Sometimes it’s called a pelvic rotation. Listed here are some SI Joint pain exercises to assist provide relief. More SI Joint exercises and stretches:
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Relieve SI Joint Pain with 3 Easy Exercises
00:00 – Relieve SI Joint Pain
00:51 – Isometric Hip Flexion/Hip Extension with a Strap
03:00 – Isometric Hip Abduction
03:53 – Isometric Hip Adduction (Ball Squeeze)
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