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SIJ Dysfunction

SIJ pain is most commonly seen in the pregnant women, however you do not have to be pregnant to develop this type of pain! The SIJs join the lower back to the pelvis. SIJ pain is often one sided and can occur if there is too much or too little movement at this joint. Symptoms of SIJ pain include difficulty standing on one leg, localised pain over the SIJ, muscle tightness and weakness. Physiotherapy management involves soft tissue work, taping or bracing (more common for pregnant women) and strengthening exercises for the muscles around the pelvis.

Practitioners

Scott McConnell

Remedial Massage Therapist

Andy Haycroft

Remedial Massage Therapist

Courtney Stace

Senior Myotherapist

Letitia Reus

Physiotherapist

Elissa Petesic

Physiotherapist

Cecilia Mizzi APAM

Physiotherapist

Karen Mooibroek

Titled Physiotherapist

Maria Anagnostou

Titled Physiotherapist

Zeba Haroon

Physiotherapist

Chris Minto

Senior Physiotherapist

Dr Brea Kunstler

Physiotherapist & Run Coach

Meagan Carrington APAM

Physiotherapist

Polly Dhar APAM

Senior Physiotherapist

Nicole Reynolds APAM

Physiotherapist

Karina Chilman APAM

Physiotherapist

Stacey Kipouridis APAM

Physiotherapist

Catherine Etty-Leal MACP

Titled Physiotherapist

Michael Freeman APAM

Titled Physiotherapist

Annie Strauch MACP

Titled Physiotherapist

Phillip Donaldson

Remedial Sports Massage