Hip and back pain got you down? Dem dry noisy bones…
The foot bone’s connected to the leg bone.
The leg bone’s connected to the knee bone.
The knee bone’s connected to the thigh bone.
The thigh bone’s connected to the hip bone.
The hip bone’s connected to the backbone.
The backbone’s connected to the neck bone.
Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones
Dem dry, noisy bones…
Is your sacroiliac joint the cause of your hip and/or lower back pain?
The self proclaimed Most Famous Physical Therapists on the Internet, Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck [RELATED POST: 10 Tips to Make Your Great Toe Great Again] demonstrate four tests to help you find the answer…
Here’s their method for self treatment. If you’re short on time, fast forward to the 6 minute mark to skip the introduction and get right to the exercises.
And because I like driving a point home, here are two more videos with simple home exercises dedicated to self-correcting/re-aligning your SI joint. (Shout out to fellow ballroom dancer, Alene Yu, for sharing these on Facebook)