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    Sacroiliac Dysfunction
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    jamiw3 posted:
    Hello I have been dealing this SI Dysfunction for 18 years, but did not receive a diagnoses until about 8 years ago. My pain has increased every year. I have had everything done for this dysfunction that i can. Physical therapy, light stretches, chiropractor, injections, i drove all the way Texas for a doctor to put me under and try and burn the nerves around the SI joint. None of the treatments successful. Also i should mention there are two types of SI Dysfunction, hyper mobility and hypo mobility. Mine is the hypo mobility. Has anyone had problems with particular problem? Would to talk to other people who have this dysfuntion
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