SI Joint Pain

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SI Joint Pain

Sacroiliac Joint Pain generally occurs in the joint between our hip and spine. The pain is felt in and around that area. However, the pain can mimic other serious conditions like a hip problem or herniated disc. However, if the source of the pain is located, treating SI joint pain is fairly easy.

Where does SI Joint pain occur?

The sacroiliac joint is located between the sacrum and iliac bones. It connects our spine to our hips. There are two of these joints and play a vital role in our body’s support and stability, especially while walking or sitting. However, there is a very little amount of motion for the joints. So, if you suffer from an injury or accident in that region, it affects your motion. Even as you get old, the joints wear out and expose ourselves to arthritic and ligaments stiffen. Issues.

What are the symptoms of SI Joint Pain?

As mentioned above, the pain is felt in the lower back and buttock. But it can easily radiate to your groin or upper thighs. Although your joint might be damaged on one side, you feel pain on both sides. Many patients also complain about numbness or weakness in their legs. These symptoms are experienced when you are walking, sitting, or any other work.

The good news is that there are various tests such as X-ray, CT scan, and MRI to confirm SI joints as the source of pain. Then your doctor might decide on either Nonsurgical treatment, joint injection, surgery, etc. depending on your condition.

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