You may explain your pain as pain in the low back (either left or right) or into the hips or hip joints which at least places the pain in the right location for diagnostic purposes! Sacroiliac joint pain comes from the sacroiliac joints' inflammation or irritation due to their misalignment, resulting in nerve compression and interference.
pain radiating from the sacroiliac joints
Sacroiliac joint pain may be a deep ache or sharp pain that prevents you from movement. It may send pain into your buttocks or even into your buttocks or groin.
Sacroiliac Joint Pain Condition Description
A thorough, clinical examination that may include imaging is important to your recovery.
Lumbar Spine Exam Description
In office, Spinal Care Clinic uses chiropractic adjusting to relieve sacroiliac joint pain. In office adjunctive care may hasten your recovery.
At Home Care
At home you may want to avoid sitting for long periods of time, wear a support brace if recommended, sleep on a supportive mattress, sit in an ergonomically designed chair, and modify your daily activities as needed.
Contact Spinal Care Clinic for care of your sacroiliac joint pain.
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