Re: TWISTED PELVIS

I too have this problem and am curently in agony! My chiropractor is great and has noted all the times it has happened over the last two years - every time my work load increases I forfeit the gym - then my pelvis must weaken and twist, so it seems exercise really is the best prevention. Impossible til the pain subsides but it is what keeps mine in place! When sleeping on your side try putting a pillow between your knees - it keeps the pelvis straight and stops strain on it. When the pain is really bad lie on your back and pull both knees to your chest gently - a good stretch to relieve a tiny bit of the pain! Good luck!

Posted By Heather on December 17, 2006 at 08:22:20:

In Reply to: TWISTED PELVIS posted by DAWN on June 01, 2004 at 23:13:58:

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