Thanks so much for your terrific work. I know that the answer to my 19 years of chronic back pain is to be found therein...
I've made much progress with just ten days of working with your book, but as my back has improved I'm getting pelvic flair-ups. I have fairly severe pain at the left ischial tuberosity (bad enough to prevent sitting), over the greater trochanter on the left side, and the lesser trochanter on the right. None of this is new, but all seems to have worsened recently as I've increased the amount of hip hinging. I'm wondering if I need to focus on increasing external hip rotation to free up space in the hip joint. I have over-developed frontal thigh muscles, extreme IT band tightness, and an unstable sacrum from a history of cycling and squatting with a retroverted pelvis. I'd appreciate any advice on how to moderate the pain so I can continue with my postural practice (I'm kneeling as I write). Thanks again for your invaluable contribution to the too-large community of the back pain smitten.