The sacroiliac (SI) joint's primary responsibility is to transfer the weight of the upper body to the lower extremities. In the upper portion of the joint, the sacrum and the ilium are not in contact but rather connected with powerful posterior, inter-osseous, and anterior ligaments. The anterior and the lower half of the joint is a typical synovial joint with hyaline cartilage on the joint surfaces. The joint surface is smooth in juveniles and becomes irregular over time. Motion (primarily rotation) decreases with aging, and increased motion is associated with pregnancy.
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The session will entail some or all of the following: Muscles Testing and learn the Quick Fixes to make weak muscles instantly stronger. The use of heat therapy, yoga assisted stretching to loosen the ligaments and fascia before working into the deeper layers with Deep Tissue Massage. Stretches and your quick fixes will be emailed to you, so you won't forget what you learned!
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