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    Joint & Soft Tissue Manipulation Techniques for Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction Notes


    1) Joint Mobilization Techniques for Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

    This document describes 19 sacroiliac joint manipulation techniques with figures. Reference: Management of Common Musculoskeletal Disorders: Physical Therapy Principles and Methods by Darlene Hertling & Randpolh M. Kessler (4th Edition).

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    2) Soft Tissue Manipulation for Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

    Illustration of soft tissue manipulation techniques for sacroiliac joint dysfunction with detailed description. Reference: Management of Common Musculoskeletal Disorders: Physical Therapy Principles and Methods by Darlene Hertling & Randpolh M. Kessler (4th Edition).

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    Pikachuangel - if I may ask: after you make a physical manipulation, how do you get it to "keep"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceriltheblade View Post
    Pikachuangel - if I may ask: after you make a physical manipulation, how do you get it to "keep"?
    Can you explain what do you mean by "how do you get it to keep" ???
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    Thanks for answering - I mean, after you are able to manipulate the SI joint, I find that a lot of times over time (short in most cases) the joint "reverts" to the initial state. I don't do it very often and I usually request from the patient to do some strengthening exercises, but.....
    So I was wondering, what you did after your successful manipulation to keep it in place...

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    thakssssssss

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