New Release: SI Joint Dysfunction and Piriformis Syndrome
Categories: Bodywork & Somatics Fitness & Sports Health & Healing New Release
The first complete guide to treating patients with SI Joint Dysfunction and Piriformis Syndrome
For those who may not know, the SI Joint is at the bottom of the spine and connects with the pelvis. The piriformis muscle also starts at the bottom of the spine and is located in the buttocks region. Pain can be triggered in these areas either by sitting too much or, inversely, engaging too much or too aggressively in physical activity. Fitness freaks, couch potatoes, and desk-job workaholics are all prone to pain in these areas.
Concise and fully illustrated, Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction and Piriformis Syndrome is written by Paula Clayton, an expert phisiotherapist who runs two successful clinics in the UK and has worked closely with world-class Olympic athletes for over 12 years.
About the Author
PAULA CLAYTON has an MSc in Sports Injury Management and an MSc in physiotherapy. She teaches advanced soft tissue therapy and performance therapy workshops. She writes regularly for Sportex Medicine and Dynamics, and is a director on the board of the SMA (Association for soft tissue therapists). Clayton runs two successful sports injury clinics in Shropshire and Worcestershire.