9. A patient presents to your clinic with right unilateral low back pain. They display a positive right faber’s test and report that their pain worsens during right single limb stance. Assessment reveals an anteriorly rotated right innominate (coxal bone). Palpation of the right SI joint reproduces patient symptoms. Additionally, during the subjective interview, your patient reports a mild increase in low back pain while urinating that feels different from the pain provoked during palpation. Which of the following is most appropriate?