A 60 year old dancer and dance teacher complained of acute pain in the sacroiliac region when she came to my office as an ‘emergency consultation.’  She was hoping that I could treat her pain so she would be able to teach a dance-seminar that very day. This was an old complaint which she had on and off for more than ten years. For two days, the pain had been so bad that she couldn’t even dress herself. Her history includes a difficult fracture of the right ankle with venothrombosis afterwards, two traumatic abortions, an injury to the eye, a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament in the left knee, a fracture of the metatarsal bone II on the right foot. After treating her sites of injury with IRT and OI IRT to the left iliolumbar ligament and right sacrotuberous ligament, and IRT to the ligaments of the bladder, the pain was almost gone. She was able to teach that day very well as she reported on my answering machine in the evening and I did not hear from her since.