Live Event with Lauren Eirk | SI Stability
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Sacroiliac pain is very common and complex to treat. The key is to keep surrounding muscles around the pelvis, hips and core strong and regularly practice various joint angles in order to maintain range of motion. This routine is designed to strengthen the SI Joint and lumbar spine. The mini ball will and thigh band will add resistance to the hips and core.
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