conditions--sacral-iliac-jointResearch shows that our deep muscles (the pelvic floor, transversus abdominus, multifidus and the diaphragm), also known as our core stabilizers, automatically contract milliseconds before we move, stabilizing our low back and pelvis. This creates a stable platform from which we can move our arms and legs. When there is low back pain, this automatic contraction does not occur, resulting in excess movement of the vertebrae and pelvis. Pain can worsen and further injuries can occur. At Dayan Physiotherapy we have the skill, knowledge and tools (real time ultrasound) to assess your movement patterns. We create an individualized treatment program to enable you to return to activities and function painfree.