The Sacroiliac Joint Block

These joints are located in the pelvis, and are formed from the sacrum and the two iliac wings. The pubic symphysis is the 3.te joint in the pelvis and all 3 joints ensure the normal geometry of movement in man.

These 3 joints work involuntarily, we are not able to influence their movement. There are no muscles, only ligaments that keep each joint working together. The spine sits on the sacrum and on the top is the head and both are controlled by the sacrum.

From the ribs is a connection to the breastbone and from there to the clavicles and on to the shoulder blades and from there on to the arms. From the pelvis there are muscles that go the legs and the sternum and from there to the arms.

This is how the fascial system works.

If you look at the whole structure you can see that everything is being steered by the pelvis.

If there is only one dysfunction, there will be further dysfunctions in the chain of functions. Firstly there will be discomfort or pain on alternating various parts of the body. After a longer period, sometimes months or even years these pains will increase.

The cause can happen suddenly through trauma or can result from years of wrong movements.

For most disorders of the musculoskeletal system, the SJB is affected and this nearly always the trigger for subsequent pain and disability.

During the treatment of any pain in the body, of whatever kind, and movement restrictions we have to first find the root cause of this pain and movement restrictions before it can be treated.

The treatment is always painless and is always a gentle mobilization of all affected joints. First, the pool is mobilized to its natural, static position. Subsequently, muscle and fascial tension be compensated. After that all painful joints will be mobilized. Finally, the entire system is stabilized. The treatment always runs on the principle that we help the body to help itself!

Treatment is from age 10 days to 100 years.

Here is a list of possible symptoms that can be treated with this technique:

  • Foot pain
  • Knee pain
  • Hip pain
  • Groin pain
  • Pelvic pain
  • Abdominal pain
  • Bowel pain
  • Back pain
  • Lumbago
  • Spinal pain
  • Rib pain
  • Pain in the shoulder blade
  • Neck pain
  • Jaw pain
  • Headache
  • Wrist pain
  • Pelvic pain after giving birth
  • Period pain
  • KISS Syndrome
  • ADHS Syndrome
  • Stress leg-Syndrome
  • Restless leg-Syndrome
  • Sensory disturbances
  • Positional vertigo
  • Heart and lung problems
  • Golf and tennis elbow
  • Carpal tunnel Syndrome
  • Movement restrictions unexplained
  • Unexplained gastrointestinal dysfunction
  • Functional leg length difference
  • Functional torticollis
  • Fibromylagie
  • Tinnitus

And many more.…….