SACROILIAC SURGERY

Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction &
Lower Back Pain

We are glad you have made this

first important step towards

overcoming your sacroiliac joint dysfunction

THE HIDDEN CAUSE OF BACK PAIN

Sacroiliac joint dysfunction is one of the

most under-diagnosed causes of lower back pain.

Up to 25% of lower back pain

is related to the sacroiliac joint.

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Stop suffering from sacroiliac joint dysfunction today!

Lower back pain is the second most common reason for visits to physicians and the most common reason for missing work.
Most cases of acute back pain are self-limited and will resolve with a short period of rest, treatment with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and appropriate physical therapy. However, chronic disabling back pain requires a specific diagnosis for appropriate treatment.

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The Secret Cause of Low Back Pain

How to End Your Suffering by Vicki Sims, PT, CHT and David Mesnick, PT, cMDT. This book includes a full description of the anatomy of the SIJ, treatment, self-treatment, family assisted treatment techniques, exercises, and strategies for avoiding further injury. Fully illustrated.

 

Hard Copy – $24.99             


Digital Download – $19.99   

*After the payment for the digital download is complete, please select “Return to Gainesville Physical Therapy” in order to be re-directed to the download page

 

 

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Please note: The state of Georgia requires a doctor’s referral in order to be treated by a licensed physical therapist


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