The pelvis is the most overlooked area of the body, if you pick what the general therapist focuses on. Science however has documented that almost 1 in 3 chronic back patients has some sort of pelvis issue as a cause.
It’s widely believed that the reason the pelvis gets so little attention, from a therapeutic standpoint is, that it’s simultaneously a troublesome joint to treat, reduced movement capability also reduces the number of injuries, But that nothing could be more wrong.
The pelvis is our foundation, and it isn’t straight, the rest of the body isn’t straight. If the pelvis can’t move unhindered, other joints will have to compensate for the lack of movements. Generally you should always consider the pelvis if there are some unexplained back problems. By the way it’s the only vertical joint in the body, which also has weight impact.