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Dynamic Chiropractic – December 1, 2019, Vol. 37, Issue 12

SI Instability - or Something Else?

By Marc Heller, DC
I tend to see many patients who have failed previous chiropractic and/or physical therapy. Many of them have been told they have an unstable sacroiliac. When I examine them, patients do tend to have pelvic obliquity with an anteriorly rotated ilium. But do they have true SI instability and/or true SI pain? 

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