The authors are engaged in the full-time practice of spinal manipulative therapy. In the past four years, many cases of post-partum back pain have been seen, and many of these seem to exhibit isolated sacroiliac fixation. Fixation is defined as loss of or reduced normal movement. Manipulative therapy in appropriate cases often leads to rapid and long lasting relief.
Author keywords: post-partum back pain, sacroiliac function, spinal manipulation
Author affiliations: GEP: Department of Radiology, Montreal General Hospital; JDC: Private practice of chiropractic
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