ChiroACCESS Clinical Review



Biomechanical Sacroiliac Joint Pain: Prevention

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Lead Author(s): 

Dwain M. Daniel, D.C.

  

How this evidence was rated:

Strength of Recommendation Taxonomy (SORT)



Published on

June 25, 2007

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Rather lengthy searches for information relating to risk factors and prevention strategies for biomechanical sacroiliac joint pain (BSJP) has produced very limited results. Almost all risk factors identified are a result of expert opinion or limited scientific study.

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