Conditions / Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
SI Joint pain can be the source of low back pain in one or both sides and in some cases, can mimic pain associated with sciatica.
Sacroiliac or Sl Joint pain radiates from the pelvis area or hips and spreads over your thighs or lower back. Learn the causes, how it's diagnosed, treatment options, and outlook for people with SI joint pain and dysfunctions.
The third most common cause of back pain and sciatica is sacroiliac joint (SI) dysfunction. This is one of the most complicated diagnosis and usually is not treated correctly. SI joint dysfunction may cause intense pain when standing or even sitting. Let's allow Stretch Physical Therapy's, Kim Nartker to break down why this happens how to treat it.