Sacroiliac Pain Solution
Due to excessive sitting, insufficient activity and exercise, an inflammatory diet, and a number of other factors, many of the muscles and ligaments that surround and support our Sacroiliac joint become weak, inactive, short (contracted), and tight. And because these muscles and ligaments are weakened and impaired, they can no longer support and stabilize our Sacroiliac joint the way they were designed to.
This leaves the Sacroiliac joint in the dangerous position of having to support your entire body and all of its movements by itself, without the help it needs from other muscles and ligaments.
This is what the Sacroiliac Pain Solution program tries to address. This comprehensive exercise program is based on conclusions from different published scientific research papers specifically related to Sacroiliac joint dysfunction and low back pain. It offers 11 different approaches to reduce and eliminate Sacroiliac joint pain. These are easy-to-learn, easy-to-do, gentle, and low-impact (easy on your joints) exercises that only take 10-20 minutes each day to complete.