Sacroiliac Joint Pain
The sacroiliac joint is the jingo connecting the sacrum and pelvis together. The sacroiliac joint is located near the bottom of the spine just above the tailbone. With its surrounding ligaments , the sacroiliac going is very strong given its small size. The range of motion is not very large, but transmits all forces of the upper body to the pelvis and lower extremities. If there is dysfunction of the sacroiliac joint there will be pain also associated with it. This pain causes instability of the body resulting low back or leg pain. Complications with the sacroiliac going pain include difficulty breathing, spine deformation, infection of the lungs and or heart problems.
Causes of Sacroiliac Joint Pain
- Too much movement in the lower back, hip, and leg moment
- Lack of movement of the lower back
- Abnormal walking pattern
Sacroiliac Joint Pain Symptoms
- Pain located in
- Lower back
- Backside of the hips
- Groin or thighs
- Pain tends to be worse when standing or walking, and decreases when lying down
- Stiffness or burning sensation located in lower back, hips, or pelvis
Sacroiliac Joint Pain Treatment
- Advanced soft tissue release is a holistic, non-invasive, and pain free approach to pain relief without the use of medication.
- Our doctors use a variety of patented ASTR tools the break up the scar tissue and myofasical restriction causing for a reduction in pain and symptom relief.
- Each patient is given a specialized exercise program to allow to a decrease in inflammation, and the ability to strengthen the muscle to help the patient return back to normal function and be able to accomplish normal activities.
- Special instruction is given to provide the patient with the opportunity to have the fastest recovery time possible.