Adelaide physiotherapists trained in the mechanical assessment of the pelvis and restoring balance and stability. South Australian Sports Medicine Centre - Pelvis

Pelvis

If your problem is not quite back pain and not quite hip pain you should have your pelvis checked.  There is evidence for pain in the sacroiliac and pubic joints and that the pelvic joints move in some people to a ripe old age.  The primary requirement for the pelvis, however, is stability.  Adelaide Sports Physio’s are trained in the mechanical assessment of the pelvis and restoring balance and stability through Muscle Energy, soft tissue techniques and exercise programs specific for the pelvis.  The main goal is often to help the sacroiliac joints to move into the close pack stable position of sacral nutation and innominate posterior rotation, and stabilisation of the pubic symphysis.