Back and Neck Injury/sacrum


How do I get my sacrum to stay in place and stop falling to the right. also Gary do you take patience and were are you located.

Thanks Jason

Hi Jason,

The good news is that there is a lot you can do all by yourself to stabilize your sacrum.

Once you understand that bones only go where muscles and soft-tissue hold them, then you can get
busy releasing the inappropriate tension in your pelvis that is causing your sacrum to get yanked out of place.

I'm going to recommend that you go to my website,
where I have videos for every single joint in the body.

First, I think you should visit the main Sacroiliac Joint Pain Relief page,
and follow along with all the videos.

After going through the main page, you can visit the SI Joint Exercises page, which
shows a bunch of quick fixes, but is less comprehensive than the main page.

I do think these may benefit you greatly, so give them a good shot.

I live in San Diego, California.  I do see patients, but it's a bit of a commute from Alberta, Canada.

All the best,

Gary Crowley

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I can provide step by step instructions and video tutorials on how to self-administer joint pain relief to every area of the body, such as back, neck, jaw, hands, knees, etc. My website provides this service for free to any and all visitors. If you are willing to learn a few very simple techniques there is a very good chance I can show you how to relieve your own chronic joint pain.


I have been relieving my patients chronic joint pain in my private practice for over 22 years and have worked on approximately 25,000 bodies. I am obsessed with achieving RESULTS for my patients. And have spent decades figuring out the simplest and most effective ways of getting people out of pain. My methods are based on the real world experience of what really works and what does not.

Stanford University, degrees in Economics and Political Science, 1987 Rolf Institute For Structural Integration, 1990 25,000 human bodies, and I've learned from every single one

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