Reports of not being able to maintain any static position such as prolonged sitting, standing, lying or walking. People report they must change positions often.
Distortion of the pelvic ring with associated changes in alignment of the skeleton, so that there appears to be a reorientation from head to toe. This reorientation causes compensatory changes in the soft tissue structures. The malalignment may cause pain in places other than the pelvis such as mid back and/or neck and shoulder pain. Pain may migrate south into the hips or knees.
If the proper alignment techniques and exercises are being done faithfully you should have significant improvement within 6 to 8 weeks.
SI dysfunction is a biomechanical problem and must be corrected by a maneuver that will align the SI joint. This is the basis for healing.