Fix Sacroiliac Imbalance …The Common Cause to Lower Back, Hips, Groin, & Sciatica | Dr. Mandell

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Taken from Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery (Volume 161, October 2017, Pages 104-109). This study reveals that groin pain is commonly linked to sacroiliac problems. I will review some important exercises and detailed information to correct this problem.

Sacroiliac joint dysfunction may cause sciatica-like symptoms that rarely extend below the knee. Stiffness and reduced range-of-motion in the lower back, hips, pelvis, and groin, which may cause difficulty with movements such as walking up stairs or bending at the waist.

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