Tailbone Pain

In the presence of tailbone pain, the pelvis is usually tucked too much underneath when sitting so the person is sitting more on the tailbone than on the sitting bones, causing the tailbone to get shoved and strained underneath. And usually the tailbone deviates more to one side. So it is crunched and crooked. Therapy will do the following: Align the tailbone, stretch and balance the muscles which attach to the tailbone (pelvic floor muscles), and stretch muscles in the hip and spine to allow your pelvis to sit in a more neutral position. Plus, we’ll take a look at function- what does your chair look like?, how do you do other tasks? (like lifting, exercising), so that your tailbone can heal with every activity you do.

Call today for a tailbone pain treatment appointment with Anita!
Reach our Reno / Sparks Physical Therapy Office at: (775) 870-1511