Home remedies for SI joint dysfunction

ARE YOU EXPERIENCING PAIN IN YOUR LOWER BACK AND BUTTOCKS?

Sacroiliac joint dysfunction is quite common nowadays. Especially women experience this kind of sciatic pain during and after pregnancy. But also people who have jobs that require them to sit a lot can get this condition.

Many times, doctors will inject Cortisol into the joint to relieve symptoms. While Cortisol does reduce inflammation, it also damages the joint itself and will lead to degenerative diseases.

Luckily, it is possible to treat SI joint dysfunction at home.  I have dealt with this myself for a year and finally beat it after reading dozens of research papers and trying out different exercises and stretches. I hope you will find these tips useful too!

Read MORE about how to heal your SI joint pain

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