The Root Causes of Sacroiliac (S-I) Joint Pain

The Root Causes of Sacroiliac (S-I) Joint Pain

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hey guys dr. Burke here in this video we’re going to talk about how to relieve SI joint pain what is si and stand for sacroiliac joint okay so now you have the pelvis right here right and then we have two little joints right there so if we look up the back part we got this thing called the sacrum which is the foundation of your pelvis and then we have these two little bones right here that are called ilium okay so we have sacral iliac joint so they move right back here you got two of them and that’s where they’re located okay so what I want to talk about I’m going to talk about those three different causes of sacroiliac joint pain the most common one which I’m going to give you a demo is referred pain so the pain in this little joint could be referred from if it’s in a female body the ovary the ovary if there’s a cyst there if there’s a problem there it will for pain exactly right behind to the back part okay and if that’s the case I’m going to show you a really simple little test to see if that is the problem and if it turns off the pain then we know there could be a problem there and you just need to add a little seek help seek help as iodine iodine induces estrogen it helps with cysts on the ovaries and that usually resolves it pretty nicely okay so so if it’s referred pain it’s not coming from the you know you never hurt your back the whole thing and especially if it happens that times a month we know it’s going to be the ovary I’ve had a lady come in the office and her ovary is blowing out the SI joint it was causing the joint to misalign so I sent her to the doctor for an ultrasound the ovary was the size of a lemon it should be the size of an almond okay it’s swole up and that pushed pressure all the way back there and throughout her her back on that side so we gave her some seek help if the thing started shrinking more and more and more over time and all the pain went away now in a male body they don’t have ovaries okay so but they do have these little tubes that come down from the kidney and they’re called the ureters they’re just basically tubes from the kidney to the bladder and a lot of times they might have a little bit of a stone or a little calcium deposit or uric acid crystal right into that little tube where it connects to the bladder so if that’s the case I’m going to show you how to test for that ovary is located right here okay so you have the hip right here it’s lower so what you want to do since let’s say that pretend the pain is on her right SI joint she’s going to press into the over in the same side so just take your fingers and just kind of press and massage gently into that over it okay she’s going to do that for maybe 15 seconds now what’s going to happen either the pain in your back is going to go away or it’s not okay okay relax if the pain goes away then we know there’s a connection between this and her back and if that’s the case we’re going to recommend seek help okay I have my own version with from Iceland it’s organic because it’s real pure or you can just find another one that’s equivalent but the estrogen needs to come down to help any cysts or anything going on in your room so if it was on this ovary you would do the opposite side of net on this side here so you do this side right here okay so that’s how you would do it if it’s referred now in a male body let’s pretend that your oh gosh what’s going to happen you would press the same spot and what that is the kidneys right here and it connects with the tube down into the bladder there’s going to be a little point right there were a lot of times a uric acid crystal or stone might just sit right there and irritate and refer back to the SI joint so again you press right there if it’s the pain goes away then we know there could be some junk there that you need to take some potassium citrate that’s what you need to get and you can get as a supplement anywhere it’s really simple it’s really inexpensive you take it and that will be great for dissolving any stones that you might have because one of the things that if you’re on the ketogenic diet you may start being more susceptible to kidney stones but the tascam citrate is the antidote and it’s really good to take especially since the TAS ium you lose your potassium when you go on a ketogenic diet so especially if you don’t eat enough vegetables so that’s what we want to retain there now if you have the actual joint pain then I’m going to show you how to deal with that you’re basically going to press you’re going to need someone’s help but you can actually do it if you have a tennis ball let’s say you hurt let’s say the problem is not being referred it’s actually coming from the joint because you sit you know the sideways or something like that and you just have some inflammation there or an injury whatever then what you do is if you hurt on the right side you lay on your back on a tennis ball on the opposite side so if she hurts on the right you could have someone massage on the left and work that out and work out the muscles that are connected to the SI joint and that would be the glutes and these muscles up here or you could be laying on her back with a tennis ball right here and putting pressure on the opposite side okay so if the pains over here you press on the opposite side if the pain is over here you press on this side and that’s the way you get rid of pain in the SI joints and the last technique is if you fell on your tailbone a long time ago and you smack your tailbone and the force travels up to the spine up in the back of the neck what happens the whole spine becomes very rigid from that point on and because there’s a little kind of extra rain wrap called the dura that’s in an inside spinal column that thing it’s tight and it can pull and keep one of the sacroiliac joints tight or even the lower back so it could come from that if that’s the case I’m going to show you how to correct that there’s a certain stretch on that so so let’s go ahead and do the demo right now so check this next part out now if someone fell on the tailbone the force hits the tailbone goes right up to the back of the skull right here and so what you want to do and you’re going to need someone to do this on you but to get rid of the tailbone injury we actually work on the neck part okay so what you want to do is you want to take the back of the neck and I have my finger attached here and we’re going to stretch I’m lifting up on the back part and I’m pushing down on my hand kind of like taking a basketball and rotating it so we want to take the finger gently underneath the skull lift up stretch up and then flex down okay making sure that we’re not pulling her hair and then we’re going to stretch this about I do like seven times okay and then I also do the other side with my thumb and they’ll come and I’ll lift it up this way and I’m just lifting the skull up and stretching forward and try not to mess up her hair which is the most important thing okay and what you’re going to do is you’re going to create this space that’s going to release the tension all the way down to the SI joints and the back will feel like it’s tingly and warm like the circulation it’s a great way to handle an old injury from the tailbone so go ahead and apply this put your comments below

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