Hi, I haven't posted much...but wanted to weigh in. I've been using an SI (SacroIliac) Belt on and off during this pregnancy and it's been a lifesaver for my hips and hip related issues. I used it after my first pregnancy 2 years ago because of Pubic Symphasis pain and with this pregnancy I pulled it out as early as 10 weeks, I think, to give me extra stability when I felt like I needed it (things happen so much faster with Baby #2). So far it's helped knee pain, hip pain, and low back pain...and as of last night a front groin muscle/hip flexor pain that came on after too much fun in the outdoors. My joints are really loose to begin with and it seems like during pregnancy sometimes things get out of alignment so a minor ache turns into something much worse because the ligament or muscle is getting overstretched from all of the other stresses in my pelvis. The SI belt is a simple belt that goes around your hips, over the SI joint and pubic symphasis joint. It's about $30 on Amazon. I have both the maternity and the regular models and my advice would be to go with the regular model over the maternity. The regular one is very adjustable and I find that the maternity slips all over the place and doesn't fit as well. That might be different on a larger person or later in the pregnancy, but right now at 23 weeks, I find the regular one is still fitting well below my belly. I'm about 5 9 and 145 pounds pre-pregnancy and have gained about 10 pounds so far if that gives a useful reference for anyone. It's not the most comfortable thing but I get relief from wearing it just during activity when things feel especially loose. If things are really acting up I will wear it all day and even overnight for a few days until they're under control again, but then I might find I can skip it for a few days. I'm a really active person normally...teaching aerobics, weight training, running, yoga and slow down a bit during pregnancy but try to keep all of that stuff in my weekly rotation, even if I'm not hitting it multiple times each week. Sometimes I do just fine and other times I find the activity exacerbates the joint pain, which is when I pull out the belt. I haven't experimented with chiropractry...the feedback I've heard is that it helps a lot immediately, but that during pregnancy the adjustments just don't hold so you'll be back there often. For pre-natal massage, my experience has been similar...it's a wonderful treat and usually makes me feel better overnight or for a day or so, but I just don't have the time and the budget to allow me to get a massage more than a couple of times a month, which is what it would take. I find that the belt helps me to get myself in good alignment so that I'm not making things worse with my activities and that I can use it as I need to...on the down side...it does take a little getting used to and depending on the position of it, it can make your butt look kinda funny in some outfits. Wearing it a bit higher and not as tight helps with that and makes it a little more comfortable. Good luck, mamas!